Bachelor's programme

Faculty of Agriculture/Environment/Chemistry

Bachelor: Horticulture

Qualification objectives

IIn the Bachelor's programme you will acquire skills and knowledge that are particularly relevant in horticultural practice:

  • Specialist knowledge of the basics of plant cultivation: botany, plant nutrition, plant protection, plant breeding, greenhouse and outdoor technology in horticulture
  • Management and development of production processes in fruit, vegetable and ornamental plant cultivation as well as in tree nurseries
  • Procedures and methods in garden and landscape construction: open space design, construction management, cost and contract management
  • Sector-specific knowledge of business administration, trade and marketing
  • Application of methods of mathematics, statistics, physics and chemistry for horticultural challenges
  • Competences for the application of scientific methods in professional practice
  • Critical mindset and independent action
[Translate to English:] Tomatenernte im Gewächshaus, Grünflächen im Schlosspark Pillnitz, Seminar Zierpflanzenbau im Gewächshaus
HTW Dresden, Fakultät LUC

Offer for subsequent Master's programme

The successful graduation with the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) qualifies to take up a Master's degree in horticulture or related fields at a university in Germany or abroad – e.g. also at our faculty in Pillnitz:

  • Admission directly after Bachelor's degree or after individual practical phase
  • Horticultural production methods: own focus, enhanced knowledge, analysis and evaluation
  • Development of management skills
  • both practical and scientific orientation

Further Information on Master: Horticultural Production