The goal of "Soil-ecological monitoring, protection and rational use of lands" is to train qualified and competitive specialists in the field of soil and ecological monitoring, protection and rational use of lands.
Areas and spheres of professional activity of the graduate:
Following the Federal State Educational Standard of Higher Education in the direction of training Agrochemistry and agricultural soil science, graduates who have mastered the master's program can carry out professional activities in the following areas and areas of professional activity:
Agriculture (in the field of rational use and preservation of agricultural landscapes in the production of agricultural products, in the field of environmental control and compliance with environmental regulations for land use, in the field of agroecological assessment of agricultural land).
Graduates can carry out professional activities in other areas of professional activity, provided that their level of education and acquired competencies correspond to the requirements for employee qualifications.
Professional activity tasks:
Development of plans, programs, and research methods;
Collection, processing, analysis, and systematization of scientific and technical information, domestic and foreign experience;
Organization and implementation of experiments on the preservation and reproduction of soil fertility, the use of fertilizers, and ensuring the ecological safety of agricultural landscapes;
Development of theoretical models to predict the impact of fertilizers and chemical ameliorants on soil fertility, yield and quality of agricultural crops, and ecological safety of agricultural landscapes;
Development and improvement of measures to protect soil from erosion and other types of degradation;
Generalization and analysis of research results, their statistical processing;
Preparation of scientific and technical reports, reviews, and scientific publications based on the research results.
Objects of professional activity (or areas of knowledge):
Agrolandscapes and agroecosystems;
soils, modes, and processes of their functioning;
agricultural land and crops;
fertilizers, plant protection products, and ameliorants;
technologies for the production and processing of agricultural products;
preservation and reproduction of soil fertility; agroecological models.