List of BSc and MSc courses for Erasmus students in the academic year 2019/2020 (fall semester)

Department of Food Engineering

For BSc students:

  • Molecular and cell biology
  • Organic chemistry
  • Food physics
  • Introduction to food safety
  • Mathematics
  • General and inorganic chemistry
  • Informatics
  • Economic sciences I. (micro and macro-economics)
  • Basics of quality management
  • Basic principles of food mechanics
  • Food colloidics
  • Unit operations in food processing I.
  • Food chemistry
  • Raw materials of food processing
  • Introduction to microbiology
  • Economic sciences III.  (communication, organization, logistics, management, marketing)
  • Statistics
  • Food analytics
  • Food microbiology
  • Food industry economics
  • Technologies of animal origin foods
  • Dairy industry technology
  • Processing and preservation of horticultural products

For MSc students:

  • Theory of measurement and experimental designs
  • Expectations to foodstuffs, consumer protection
  • Separation technique
  • Quality and safety in food technologies (HAACP in practice)
  • Food marketing
  • Basics of food microbiology
  • Management and communication
  • Regulation of food production, quality and safety
  • Food toxicology
  • Hyphenated analytical methods
  • Quality management systems and audit in the food chain
  • Traceability in the food chain
  • Food industry management and economics
  • Packaging technology

Department of Animal Husbandry Engineering

For MSc students:

  • Animal Genetics
  • Physiology of Production Traits
  • Applied Chemistry
  • Research methods, Biometry
  • Animal Reproduction
  • Fodder Plant Production
  • Animal Farm Technologies
  • Milk and Meat Processing
  • Molecular Genetics and Proteomics
  • Planning of Animal Farms
  • Fish Breeding
  • Food Marketing
  • Aquaculture
  • Advanced Molecular Genetics

Department of Agricultural Environmental Management Engineering

For MSc students:

  • Natural sciences I.: Soil science – Agro-chemistry
  • Water-management I.: Agro-hydrology
  • Environmental informatics – Environmental monitoring
  • Sustainable agricultural systems and technologies I.: Crop production
  • Sectoral administration and environmental law
  • Environmental Measurement Techniques
  • Agro-environmental management I.
  • Agricultural engineering, precision agricultural systems and technologies
  • Research methodology, scientific communication
  • Agricultural forestry
  • Environmental Technologies II.: water quality protection, waste water treatment, waste management in agriculture and food industry
  • Farm Business Management and Project Management
  • Remote sensing
  • Drought management
  • Hydrobiology
  • Drainage engineering
Last update: 2022. 08. 08. 08:46