The training objectives specific to the specialization Agriculture are generated by the fulfillment and implementation of the following three objectives:
- Cognitive objectives
- Knowledge of biotic and abiotic factors which determine crop production
<li>Knowledge of the anatomy, morphology and biology of plants in the agricultural ecosystem</li>
<li>Knowledge of biochemistry, genetics and plant physiology</li>
<li>Knowledge of laws governing the agricultural ecosystem</li>
<li>Knowledge of the land's natural features and of the results of human activities, as well as their principles of transformation</li>
- Knowledge of the elements of protection and improvement of natural resources in agriculture
- Knowledge to improve the health of plants and plant products
- Knowledge of the energy base and equipment used in agriculture
- Knowledge of agricultural plant cultivation technology
- Knowledge of the methods of plan and map elaboration and use
Communicational and relational objectives
- Knowledge of economic laws specific of agricultural production
- Knowledge of modern methods of farm management
- Knowledge of management processes, organization of agricultural production and product marketing
- Accounting, financial, and legal knowledge applicable to agriculture, etc
- Knowledge of aspects pertaining to the contractual relationships between parties and developing communication and negotiation skills with beneficiaries
- Psycho-pedagogical training of teaching staff specialised in the domain of agriculture.
- Mastering, understanding basic concepts, theories and methods in the field and area of specialisation; using them appropriately in professional communication.
- Using the knowledge in the field to explain and interpret various types of concepts, situations, processes, projects, etc. associated to the domain.
- Applying basic principles and methods for solving problems / well-defined situations typical of the domain, in conditions of qualified assistance.
- Using standard assessment criteria and methods in an appropriate manner to assess the quality, merits and limitations of certain processes, programmes, projects, concepts, methods and theories;
- Elaborating professional projects by using established principles and methods in the field;
- Describing the scientific, theoretical and practical principles underpinning the development and application of technologies for sustainable agricultural production.
- Explaining the need of using different technological links correlated with environmental factors and crop requirements; explaining and interpreting the interrelations between adopted farming systems and the environment.
- Applying methods, techniques and procedures appropriate for customizing and optimizing technological processes of sustainable agricultural production.
- Qualitative and quantitative analysis of the effects of applied technologies (physico-chemical analyses of the yields obtained; physical, chemical and biological analyses of environmental aspects which may be affected by the applied agricultural technologies; using specific methods for assessing the impact of applied technologies upon biodiversity).
- Developing sustainable technological solutions for conventional farming systems; designing alternative production systems (organic farming) and new technologies for particular cases (sloping lands, sandy soils, soils with a temporary moisture surplus, etc.)
- Developing and applying cost-effective production technologies and with a positive environmental and social impact, according to specific environmental conditions.
Structure of disciplines
- Biophysics and agrometeorology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Botany, Agrotechnics, Agrochemistry, Genetics, Sil science, Ecology and environmental protection, Plant physiology, Microbiology
- Topography and technical drawing, Land improvement
- Energy base and agricultural machines, Motor vehicle driving
- Grassland and forage crop culture, Phytotechnics, Culture irrigation, Legume culture, Viticulture, Pomiculture, Animal science and animal nutrition, Plant improvement and seed production, Phytopathology, Entomology
- Informatics, Mathematics, Experimental technique
- Medicinal plants, Legume culture, Viticulture, Pomiculture
- Marketing, Management, Rural economy
- Rural economy, Accounting, Financing and crediting, Law and agricultural legislation
Documents necessary to enrol
(translated into English by a licensed translator):
- Diploma of Baccalaureate
- Transcript of Record
- Certificate of linguistic competence (English, Level B2)
- Identity Paper (copy)
- Birth Certificate
- Medical record stating that the candidate can attend higher education courses
- Photo of the candidate The best variant for sending these documents:
- Online, through Admission Process