Pokhara University
Nepal Engineering College
M.Sc. (Natural Resources Management)

NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (NRM)

Masters course in Natural Resources management was offered beginning academic year of 2000-2001. The course aims at giving unique education and knowledge required to solve interdisciplinary challenges encompassing social, institutional, ecological, and economic aspect in planning, development and utilization of the natural resources. The course focuses on the importance of management for sustainable use of natural resources and also emphasizes on the connections and the ability to communicate between different disciplines and actors. This has been the most sought course among the people who wish to develop their career in the areas of conservation and management of natural resources. Upon completion of the course the graduates qualify for wide ranging administrative and technical positions with the government agencies and non-governmental organization engaged in forest management, watershed management, water resources management, urban and rural planning and development.

M.Sc. Natural Resources Management program aims to produce graduates with adequate knowledge and skills to be competent natural resources managers, executives or entrepreneurs capable of becoming agents in the corporate and social filed

Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hour

First

NRM 511

Natural Resources System

3

NRM 512

Climate Change in Natural Resources Management

3

NRM 513

Ecology and Ecosystem Management

3

STT505

Statistical Analysis

3

NRM 514

Energy Resources & Environment

3

 

Total

15

Second

NRM 521

Natural Resources Governance and Policy

3

ENV511

Environmental Assessment and Auditing

3

NRM 522

Natural Resources Economics

3

NRM 523

Geospatial Techniques in Natural Resources Management

3

 

Elective-I

3

 

Total

15

Third

NRM 611

Integrated Watershed Management

3

RCH 601

Research Methodology

3

MGT 611

Program Planning & Management

3

NRM 612

Society, Livelihood and Participatory Development

3

 

Elective-II

3

 

Total

15

NRM 691

Thesis

15

 

Total

15

 

Total Credit Hour

60

Elective (3 Credits)

Wildlife Conservation and Management

Bioengineering

Wetland Management

Water Induced Disasters and Risk Management

Sustainable Forest Management

Integrated Water Resources Management

Climate Modeling

Conflict in Natural Resources Management

Environmental Impact Assessment

repare project reports etc.

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