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BScAgricultural Engineering: Agriculture and Veterinary(ISCED 6)

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Overview

The BSc in Agriculture (equivalent to the Agronomist course) is designed for students to obtain the knowledge
necessary to operate successfully in the different areas of agriculture, with
special regard to plant production, animal breeding and environmental aspects
related to agriculture. The training starts with a strong emphasis on basic
sciences, especially chemistry, plant and animal physiology, physics and
mathematics. The technical aspects of agriculture are important parts of the
curriculum, which also includes the fundamentals of precision agriculture. The
principal areas of training from the third semester are animal breeding and crop
production which includes all the related sciences necessary to operate as a
qualified agronomist. A special emphasis is placed on environmental aspects
and on the application of environmentally sound technologies which results not
only in less environmental load, but also in a more economical way of
production.

Contact
Dr. Kovács Attila
ass. professor
kovacs.attila@sze.hu

Programme structure

The total number of credits needed to complete the programme is 210 credits. The courses of the programme are divided into four categories: compulsory courses (155 credits), optional elective courses (10 credits), placement outside of the institution (min. 30 credits), thesis (10 credits). 1 credit equals one ECTS credit, and 1 credit is defined as 25 student working hours.

Career opportunities

The BSc in Agriculture (equivalent to the Agronomist course) is designed for students to obtain the knowledge
necessary to operate successfully in the different areas of agriculture, with
special regard to plant production, animal breeding and environmental aspects
related to agriculture. The training starts with a strong emphasis on basic
sciences, especially chemistry, plant and animal physiology, physics and
mathematics. The technical aspects of agriculture are important parts of the
curriculum, which also includes the fundamentals of precision agriculture. The
principal areas of training from the third semester are animal breeding and crop
production which includes all the related sciences necessary to operate as a
qualified agronomist. A special emphasis is placed on environmental aspects
and on the application of environmentally sound technologies which results not
only in less environmental load, but also in a more economical way of
production.

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Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States