Undergraduate Studies of Wood Technology
Upon completion of the undergraduate studies, the student receives a certificate stating the completion of studies and the acquisition of a title according to the course of studies: Bachelor’s degree (baccalaureus/baccalaurea) in Wood Technology
The Undergraduate Studies of Wood Technology provide basic knowledge from a wide range of technical and natural sciences, as well as the professional knowledge and skills required by the modern development of the wood industry companies: knowledge of wood structure and wood technical properties, basic knowledge of wood protection, basic technical knowledge for monitoring and control of machine operations and transport equipment, competences for monitoring wood technology processes and implementing certain technological operations. Participating in the supply of materials and other equipment, monitoring the product and work performance quality, expert, operational knowledge of the management of wood technology processes.
With a Bachelor's degree in Wood Technology students are prepared for their professional development by participating in various seminars and workshops during their practical experience, and during their regular studies they get completely qualified to continue their studies at the Faculty of Forestry in graduate studies with the programmes in Wood Technology Processes and Design of Woof Products.
A Bachelor of Wood Technology is qualified for professional jobs in all forms of enterprises dealing with wood treatment and wood processing, he/she can work as an associate in trade business and distribution of wood products and carry out duties and tasks in wood-processing enterprise. A Bachelor of Wood Technology is also qualified for supervising the processes of wood drying and of wood materials, for monitoring the implementation of technological processes in sawmills, in the field of the production of veneer, plywood panels and chipped wood panels, furniture, builders joinery and of other wood products.
The students at the undergraduate studies of wood technology will be able to participate in horizontal mobility within the areas of the Biotechnical Sciences and European Universities, the University of Zagreb or the Faculty of Forestry has signed the Cooperation Agreement with. A special programme will enable the undergraduate students of related faculties who want and are entitled to follow individual courses or to further continue with graduate studies at the Faculty of Forestry.