Forest Engineering (MSc) (With Thesis) (English) - Department Information   
Language English
Program Time (Year) 2
Max.Program Time (Year) 3
Program Quota
Internships Status Absent
About Programme
The Main Branch of Science
Prof. Dr. Ebubekir GÜNDOĞDU
Department of Forest Engineering was established in 2010 and in the spring semester of 2015-2016, the graduate program of the Forest Engineering Department was opened within the Institute of Science. The Graduate Program in English has started to accept students since the spring semester of 2020. There are 12 faculty members in the program. The current research areas within the program are: Silviculture, Forest Management, Soil Science and Ecology, Forest Entomology and Conservation, Wildlife, Forest Construction Geodesy and Photogrammetry, Forest Economics, Watershed Management
Qualification Awarded
Students who successfully complete the program are awarded with a Master of Science degree in Forest Engineering or Forest Engineering
Admission Requirements
1 - Bachelor's degree from acceptable fields, 2- Bachelor's degree grade must be minimum 2.00, 3- Foreign Language Score should be 65. For more information:
Higher Grade Transition
Upon successful completion of the program, PhD program can be started at Bursa Technical University or other national and international universities
Graduation Requirements
In order to complete the program successfully, students must take at least 120 ECTS courses together with the compulsory courses and successfully complete the thesis prepared in a related field in front of a selected jury
Occupational Profiles of Graduates
Graduate graduates of Forest Engineering Department may have job opportunities in public and private sectors. Forest Engineers mostly work in the General Directorate of Forestry, General Directorate of Combating Desertification and Erosion, General Directorate of Nature Conservation and National Parks and General Directorate of State Hydraulic Works (DSI) under the Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs. They also work at the General Directorate of Highways and municipalities. However, they can find the opportunity to work privately by opening a Free Office
Assessment and Grading
For each course, students are subjected to midterm, midterm (projects, seminars, quizzes, homework, or a second midterm) and final exam. Achievement grade contribution points are determined by the instructor. All exams are evaluated over 100 points