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Compare MSc Programs in Horticulture 2019 in Warsaw in Poland

The Master of Science, or MSc, is an academic degree awarded to those who effectively complete about two years of intensive study on a given topic. Many MSc courses offer a combination of classroom and research-based curriculum.

Horticulture is a field of study that can focus on taking care of plants and cultivating the land. Landscaping, soil management and plant conservation can play a part in horticulture studies. Those who study this branch of agriculture may learn both the science and business of growing plants.

Warsaw the capital and the largest city of Poland is believed to be a major tourist attraction, economic hub and educational center. The city is loaded with natural beauty and is an ideal educational hub for nature lovers. It also has institutions that offer degrees in varied areas of higher education.

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Location
Poland
Warsaw
Study type
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Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW (WULS-SGGW)

Provides students with an understanding of biological background in growing horticultural crops and postharvest "life" of vegetables, fruits, and ornamental plants. ... [+]

Mission of the Faculty

Horticultural plants are a very important part of the human environment, human diet and are used in a natural medicine as a remedy against many civilization diseases.

The faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture aims at providing students with a comprehensive knowledge of modern horticulture, including growing and postharvest technologies of horticultural crops grown in temperate climate - vegetable crops, medicinal plants, fruits, ornamental plants, knowledge of integrated pest management, pro-ecological production, biotechnological methods, landscape protection, etc.

Mission of the specialization (major)

The specialization in horticulture has been established to provide students with understanding of biological background in growing horticultural crops and postharvest "life" of vegetables, fruits and ornamental plants. The program aims also to introduce students to the up-to-date knowledge of environmental-friendly and ecological methods of production of vegetables, fruits and medicinal plants, their storage and postharvest technologies, of using ornamental plants in human environment as well as knowledge of integrated pest management (IPM).... [-]

Poland Warsaw
March 2019
Full-time
3 semesters
Campus