Land Resources Department - College of Environment and Natural Resources
Department of Soil Science and Land Management, College of Agriculture and Applied Biology was the precursor of Land Resources Department, established in 1976. Department of Land Resources (DLR) was founded in 2010 by splitting the former department and merged to the College of Environment and Natural Resources. The faculty staffs have high education qualities, practical experiences and professional knowledge. DLR focuses on teaching, training, conducting scientific research and transferring technology to advance socio-economic development of the Mekong Delta region.
The Master's degree in Land Management aims to make an important contribution human resources in land management for the whole country in general and for the Mekong Delta in particular as well as to adapt to Urban and rural development requirement. This requires staff with postgraduate qualifications to support land management now and in the future.
DLR has long term collaboration with Wageningen University (Netherlands), Asian Institute Technology -AIT (Thailand), Centre for Remote Sensing and Image Processing, National University - CRISP (Singapore), Centre for Space and Remote Sensing...