Job Skills

The graduate of the School of Environment and Development has a comprehensive education that allows you to understand the structure, function and dynamics of natural and social systems. As professionals, we have general skills and expertise to conceive, design, implement and evaluate actions to the understanding, conservation and productive management of natural resources and the environment for human and territorial development from an interdisciplinary perspective.

 General Competencies

  • Strategic Vision Ambiental: ability to understand trends in the environment, define strategic courses of action that positively impact the environment and mitigate the negative impacts caused by human intervention.
  • Environmental Negotiation: To facilitate understanding between the parties and find equitable solutions to conflicts over use and management of natural resources.
  • Environmental Management and Research: Basic knowledge and lead to take sustainable development initiatives and productive management of natural resources.
  • Teamwork: Ability to interact with interdisciplinary research teams, outreach and wider communities to achieve objectives.
  • Communication: Ability to present messages in different ways by the best personal and professional resources
  • Self-learning and self-training: Ability to learn through the renewal of permanent models of interpreting reality and explanatory paradigms of discipline.
  • Analytical thinking: Ability to understand a situation, disaggregate into small parts and identify its implications step by step.

Technical Competition

  • Hydrology and Watershed Management: Knowledge of watershed management with the most advanced methods and equipment for making and making and implementation thereof.
  • Biodiversity: Knowledge levels which include biodiversity as well as its individual components from both taxonomic and systematic approach as functional. It is essential the understanding and analysis of the relationship between human beings and biodiversity conservation encourage its use and which highlights the knowledge of forest sciences as applied, including ecological and production relations.
  • Environmental Technology: Knowledge of the global environmental situation, applying technology to meet the challenges of sustainable production in different disciplines using economic parameters in decision-making.
  • Socioeconomic Development: Understanding the different factors that affect an area, based on biological, social and economic language. Application of tools for the interpretation of these factors.

All knowledge areas outlined above are aimed at training high quality professionals in the area of ​​Socioeconomic Development and Environment, as part of global environmental problems being experienced today.

This program is strongly interrelated with the theoretical component, however has its own learning objectives.