Past and present diploma in forestry program in Malaysia

Ong, Kian Huat and John, Keen Chubo and King, Jie Hung (2010) Past and present diploma in forestry program in Malaysia. In: International Conference on Forestry Education and Research for the Asia-Pacific Region, 23-25 November 2010, College, Laguna, Philippines. (Unpublished)

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In Malaysia, forester roles are changing, shifting towards social and environmental conservation from traditional forestry. In order to meet such changes, emphasis are made on personal, social, interdisciplinary and problem-solving skills to help forester in dealing with human aspects of forestry and managing as well as applying multidisciplinary and participatory approaches. This paper highlights on the latest approach by Universiti Putra Malaysia in reviewing and developing a new curricula for its Diploma in Forestry Program. It traces the development of diploma program in Malaysia, its past and future direction. Discussion on changing requirements in the forestry profession especially semi-professional forester will also be discussed.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subject:Forestry schools and education - Malaysia
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Agriculture and Food Sciences
ID Code:12511
Deposited By: Samsida Samsudin
Deposited On:27 May 2011 06:38
Last Modified:11 Nov 2013 04:59

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