The 1st Cycle Degree Course (Bachelor Degree) in Agricultural Sciences and Technologies aims to provide students with adequate knowledge and skills in the context of plant and animal agricultural production, in order to optimize the input and reduce the environmental impact. Throughout the study course, the various disciplines work together to develop a training at different levels:

  1. introductory/methodological: basic knowledge in mathematics, physics, and in chemical and biological sectors;
  2. basic knowledge: areas of economics, agricultural chemistry, and microbiology, agronomy, plant disease;
  3. expert knowledge: areas of crops, animal livestock, agricultural engineering, policy, and industries.

Graduates in Agricultural Sciences and Technologies can work in independent sectors or can be employed by public and private companies. The main activities are the design, consultation and cooperation in all the fields of agricultural systems, food and livestock; technical assistance in evaluative, cadastral, accounting and tax sectors, topographic and cartographic activities; quality certifications and analyses of crop and animal production.

First year

  • Plant Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Elements of Mathematics
  • Elements of Physics
  • Genetics
  • English

Second year

  • Agricultural Economics and Policy
    • Agricultural Economics
    • Agricultural Policy
  • Entomology
  • Fundaments of General Microbiology and Agriculture Industries
    • Fundaments of General Microbiology
    • Fundaments of Agricultural Industries
  • Agronomy
  • Arboriculture
  • Agricultural Chemistry
    • Plant Biochemistry and Physiology
    • Soil Chemistry
  • Plant pathology
  • Zootechnics and principles of animal genetic improvement

Third year

  • Rural Buildings and Land Survey
  • Agricultural Hydraulics and Mechanics and Agricultural Mechanization
    • Agricultural Hydraulics
    • Mechanics and Agricultural Mechanization
  • Animal Nutrition and Feeding, Special Zootechnics
    • Animal Nutrition and Feeding
    • Special Zootechnics
  • Laboratory of CAD
  • Herbaceous and Fruit Crops
    • Herbaceous Crops
    • Tree Fruit Culture
  • Law of the Agri-Food Markets
  • Rural Appraisal
  • Electives
  • Apprenticeship Training and Guidance
  • Internship
  • Final project
Program taught in:
  • English (US)

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