An Introduction to                BSc. Natural Resources                    Management &                   BSc. Aquacultur...
What is Natural Resource Management? Natural   Resources – a material source of wealth, such as    timber, fresh water, o...
Types of Natural Resources   Non-renewable – resources that cannot be replenished after they have been    used up.   Exa...
Renewable Natural Resources are resources that can bereplaced after they have been exhausted. ExampleForests, Wildlife, Fi...
AQUACULTUREThe cultivation of aquatic animals and plants, especially  fish, shellfish, and seaweed, in natural or controll...
Who is qualified to offer Natural Resources                           Management?General Science                          ...
Where Can I Buy Admission Forms? Post   Offices University   Main Administration   Some selected BanksE.G. Ghana Commer...
What will I learn upon my admission?    Biological Chemistry    Economics   Meteorology    Communication Skills    Ge...
Options in Natural Resources                 Management   AGROFORESTRY FISHERIES AND   WATERSHED MANAGEMENT SILVICULTUR...
Job Opportunities Consultant Ministry of Food and Agriculture Ministry of Fisheries Forestry Commission Mining Indust...
Thanks For Your AttentionHOPE TO SEE YOU IN KNUST-FRNR          Did You Know
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An Introduction to BSc. Natural Resource Management and BSc Aquaculture

  1. 1. An Introduction to BSc. Natural Resources Management & BSc. Aquaculture Presentation ByERIC KUMEH MENSAH
  2. 2. What is Natural Resource Management? Natural Resources – a material source of wealth, such as timber, fresh water, or a mineral deposit, that occurs in a natural state and has economic value. Management – the act of handling or managing something successfully. Natural Resource Management is the science and act of managing material source of wealth, such as timber, fresh water, or mineral deposit, that occur in their natural state carefully in other to enhance posterity.
  3. 3. Types of Natural Resources Non-renewable – resources that cannot be replenished after they have been used up. Example Mineral (Gold, Diamond,…), Fossil Fuel
  4. 4. Renewable Natural Resources are resources that can bereplaced after they have been exhausted. ExampleForests, Wildlife, Fisheries, Soil
  5. 5. AQUACULTUREThe cultivation of aquatic animals and plants, especially fish, shellfish, and seaweed, in natural or controlled marine or freshwater environments for profits.
  6. 6. Who is qualified to offer Natural Resources Management?General Science General Agriculture Biology General Agriculture Chemistry Chemistry Physics Physics/Elective Maths Elective Maths  Integrated Science  Core Mathematics  English Language CUT OFF EIGHTEEN (18) OR Diploma in Natural Resource Management
  7. 7. Where Can I Buy Admission Forms? Post Offices University Main Administration Some selected BanksE.G. Ghana Commercial Bank, Ecobank,Barclays, UBA, HFC, Cal Bank, etc.
  8. 8. What will I learn upon my admission? Biological Chemistry Economics Meteorology Communication Skills Genetics Algebra Statistics Land Surveying Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems Introductory Courses on the Various Departments Applied Courses in the Various Departments
  9. 9. Options in Natural Resources Management AGROFORESTRY FISHERIES AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT SILVICULTURE AND FOREST MANAGEMENT WILDLIFE AND RANGE MANAGEMENT WOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  10. 10. Job Opportunities Consultant Ministry of Food and Agriculture Ministry of Fisheries Forestry Commission Mining Industry Lecturer Range Manager Banks
  11. 11. Thanks For Your AttentionHOPE TO SEE YOU IN KNUST-FRNR Did You Know

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