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Agriculture/Environment

Agriculture/Environment

Agriculture/Environment


23.03.2017 Study programmes

 

Language of instruction: German

  • Agronomics, B.Sc.
    You are interested in working with plants and animals? You enjoy dealing with the technical possibilities available in modern agriculture? You are keen on contributing to efficiently providing society with high quality food? Then it's worth taking a look at our Agriculture study course.
  • Horticulture, B.Sc.
    You are fascinated by plants and their wide diversity? You are interested in their breeding, cultivation andthe possibilities of using them? You have ideas for the creative design of green areas, parks, gardensor even roofs? Then it's worth taking a look at our Horticulture study course.
  • Environmental Monitoring, B.Sc.
    You are interested in the various habitats of humans and animals? You are passionate about the diversity of flora? You have ideas on how our environment can be better protected? You strengths lie in biology, chemistry and physics? Then it's worth taking a look at our Environmental Monitoring study course.
  • Production Management in Agronomics and Horticulture, M.Sc.
    The Master study programme has as its goal a training that is characterised in equal measure by scientific requirements and practical application. The graduates shall be enabled to plan and evaluate enterprises, business segments or processes in agronomics and horticulture and manage large-scale manufacturing facilities, quantify the function and use of ecological systems on the basis of material flows and energy balances, combine technical production expertise with economic framework conditions and business decision-making methods, using the methods of quality and environmental management – including in operations management, considering the dependencies of operational business, technical, social and intercultural influence factors, as well as applying scientific methods and skills in their profession.
  • Landscape Development, M.Sc.
    (starting summer term 2018)