List of Subject-Specific Competences
1. Show a broad knowledge and understanding of the essential facts, concepts, processes, principles and theories of ecology.
2. Recognize the applications and responsibilities of ecology and its role in society.
3. Show adequate knowledge of other disciplines relevant to ecology.
4. Independently analyze environmental materials in the field and laboratory, be able to describe, document and report the results.
5. Effectively apply basic principles of the natural and social sciences to current issues of ecology.
6. Understand and appropriately use the vocabulary relevant to issues of ecology.
7. Write and speak clearly about technical issues related to ecology.
8. Work collaboratively with professionals from other fields when addressing significant policy issues in ecology.
9. Choose and apply appropriate quantitative tools necessary to analyze data on ecology issues.
10. Adequately evaluate credibility and relevance of different sources of information on ecology issues.
11. Identify strategies for solving ecological problems taking into account ethical norms of the society and regional needs.
12. Demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge in at least one specialized area of ecology.
13. Be able to develop and implement an action strategy for solving an ecology problem.
14. Be able to present ecology issues to and discuss them with representatives of other fields.
15. Be able to conduct teaching in Ecology area.
16. Be able to understand the interactions of environmental processes and judge their consequences.
17. Present one’s research outcomes orally and in writing.
18. Conduct independent, original, theoretically and practically relevant research in the field of ecology.