Agricultural Sciences (B.Sc.)
Programme name: Agricultural Sciences
Degree: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Standard period of study: 6 semesters
Start: Every winter semester
Admission to the winter semester 2019/20:
- 1st subject semester: limited admission (application to the University)
- 2nd to 6th subject semester: open admission (enrolment without previous application)
- International applicants (non-EU): limited admission (application to International Student Services)
Note: There is a "Propädeutikum" before the start of lecture period. For more information see link.
Altogether 180 ECTS, including 14 compulsory modules totalling 84 ECTS, a six-month compulsory internship, 14 optional compulsory modules worth 74 ECTS, Bachelor’s thesis worth 12 ECTS
Students may begin this course of study in the winter semester. The following plan is based on a course of study beginning in the winter semester.
Semester 1 (winter semester): Biology of Plants, Biology of Animals, Chemistry, Mathematics and Statistics, Introduction to agricultural and forestry business administration
Semester 2 (summer semester): Basics of Agricultural Engineering, Basics of Livestock Sciences I, Basics of Phytomedicine and Plant Nutrition, Scientific English for agricultural scientists
Semester 3 (winter semester) Basics of Livestock Sciences II, Agricultural Ecology and Environmental Commodities in Rural Areas, Pedology and geoecology, Introduction to agricultural policy and economics
Selection of one of the following specialisations (4th- 6th semester): Agribusiness, Plant Production, Livestock Sciences, Economics and Social Sciences in Agriculture, Resource Management
The Bachelor programme requires attendance and implements the following forms of teaching and learning:
Direct contact courses, seminars, internships, excursions, exercises, work groups and projects.