MSc in Agriculture
Dr. Katalin Sárdi, university professor, Head of Department of Crop Production and Soil Science
Phone: +36 83 545 295 E-mail: email@example.com
University of Pannonia, Georgikon Faculty
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H-8360 Keszthely, 16 Deák Ferenc Str.
Phone: +36 83 545 148
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MSc in Agriculture
Master (MSc) in Agriculture
Our agricultural MSc Degree Program provides expertise for the students to enable them the synthesized use of natural, agricultural, technical and economic knowledge, directing the technology, business and labor organization of agricultural production, as well as the management of applications. MSc Degree holders have all the skills and expertise for a creative work, mastering tasks in innovation, planning and development, joining the scientific work, research and for the admission of PhD training programs.
The Master’s Degree Program at the Georgikon Faculty offers an advanced level and up-to-date education at each area of agricultural production. This provides a stable background for the further improvement of their knowledge to meet the requirements of any professional field within the European Union or in international relations.
Our MSc Degree Program offers three specializations for students based on their main field of interest:
- Animal Sciences: Population Genetics, Animal Reproductive Physiology, Animal Nutrition, Feeding Technology and Management, Qualification of Animal Products.
- Crop Sciences and Soil Management: Integrated Production of Field Crops and Horticultural Plants, Biotechnology, Applied Soil Science, Nutrient Management, Irrigated Farming. Soil Information Systems
- Economic and Social Sciences, Environmental and Quality Assurance, Farm Management, Trade and Marketing
Length of the program:
4 semesters (22 months)
Students must have a minimum of 60 credits of basic courses in natural, technical and social sciences as well as specialized courses including crop, animal and economic sciences.
Excellent command of English in case of English course
Minimum number of participants: 10
For Master Programs a score of 100 points can be achieved.
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Last updated October 27, 2017