B Eng Degree in Agricultural Engineering
The Agricultural Engineering Degree qualifies to work as two out of four regulated professions of Agricultural Technical Engineering. The graduates will be a prepared professional for developing and applying science and technology to the field of crop and livestock farms and the field of horticulture, gardening, and landscaping.
They will have skills and abilities to design, plan and develop projects in these areas:
a) breeding, genetics, nutrition, health management, automation, building, facilities and economics of crops, grasslands and livestock.
b) creating, restoring and maintaining parks, gardens, green areas, and landscape.
The design of Agricultural Engineering Degree facilitates the student's mobility and external traineeship in private companies or research groups. This degree has a duration of four years (240 credits), organized in semesters. Students can take one of three study paths:
- Mechanization and Rural Constructions
- Horticulture and Gardening
- Agriculture and Livestock Farming