Please note that this program is entirely taught in French
From field to plate, agriculture covers a wide range of activity sectors. It is one of the only engineering professions interested in microscopic life as in the life of human societies. Agronomy, agrifood, agroecology, agromachinism are all sectors in movement to feed the planet in a sustainable and sustainable way.
Far from the clichés, agriculture plays a major and driving role in energy and environmental transitions. These are open positions engaged in digital transformation. To become an agricultural engineer is to become an actor in this upheaval, at the heart of global challenges. It means contributing to the implementation of innovative solutions for efficient and responsible farming. It is choosing a profession to invent the future.
9 professionalization courses on the Beauvais campus:
- Agroecology, soils, waters and territories
- Industrial organization in the food industry
- Issues and challenges of animal production
- Agronomy and territory on crop production
- Consulting and business management
- Agro-equipment and new technologies
- Undertake and develop an innovative activity in agriculture
- Plant Breeding
8 professionalization courses on the Rouen campus:
- Territories, environment, agriculture
- Food quality and safety
- Agrifood marketing
- Business Management
- Biosciences, plant scinces, eco-production and biovalorization
- Agricultural Data Management and Decision Models
- Urban agriculture and green cities
Why become an Engineer for Agronomy and Agro-industries?
Feeding the planet in a sustainable and sustainable way, being an actor in agricultural transformation and transitions (energy, ecological, etc.): these are the challenges of engineers for Agronomy and Agro-industries. By following this training, you will develop multiple skills based on theoretical and technical fundamentals, and the ability to innovate to meet these planetary challenges. From the first year, you will build a global and operational culture integrating agricultural, environmental and agrifood industry issues. By placing innovation at the heart of this 5-year course, we give you the means to become entrepreneurs and professionals capable of placing technology at the heart of modern agriculture.
About the School
UniLaSalle trains generalist engineers to hold high-level executive and top management positions in the following sectors especially: agriculture, food industry, food and health, geology and the envir ... Read More