Career / employment / qualification

Major qualifications offered

License to teach

If students complete teacher-training courses and specialized courses, they can obtain a first-class high school teacher's license (in science and agriculture).
Students must complete a period of practice teaching at a high school in their senior year.

Land surveyor’s assistant

If students complete specialized courses related to surveying at the Department of Environment and Forest Resources Science, they can become qualified as land surveyor’s assistants. (After a year of practical experience an assistant can become a land surveyor).

Food sanitation inspector and food sanitation supervisor

If students complete specialized courses related to food sanitation at the Department of Applied Biological Chemistry, they can become qualified as food sanitation inspectors (as government food inspectors) or food sanitation supervisors (in private industry).

Instructor of agricultural propagation

Graduates are eligible to take an exam after 4 years of field experience.

Instructor of forest propagation

Graduates are eligible to take an exam after 4 years of field experience.

Registered architect (Second-class) for wooden buildings

If students acquire predefined credits, based on subjects specified by the Department of Environment and Forest Resources Science, they will be eligible to take an exam one or two years after graduation.

Tree surgeon's assistant

If students complete specialized courses relating to becoming a tree surgeon, they can become qualified as a tree surgeon's assistant. (Assistants are eligible to apply to sit for a tree surgeon's exam after one year of practical experience).