|Name of the training program||Agricultural Engineer’s Program|
|Mode of attendance||Full-time|
|Faculty||Faculty of Agricultural, Food Sciences and Environmental Mangement|
|Institute||Institute of Crop Sciences|
|Program coordinator||Dr. József Csajbók, Associate Professor|
|Program length||7 semesters|
About the course:
In the agricultural engineering undergraduate course , students learn about different areas of the agricultural sector, gain insight into crop production, animal husbandry, and also gain unique agrotechnical knowledge (e.g., horticultural, fish farming, forestry, environmental, and game management knowledge). Students also acquire knowledge of science, technology, agriculture, and economics, which makes them agricultural professionals with general skills in agricultural production, processing, and farming.
What does the degree offer me?
- prinicples of sustainable agriculture
- extensive knowledge of science, production technology and economics
- skills in precision farming and biotechnology
- practical experience
- profeesional study tours and farm economics practices
Internship, practice: Students should complete a 12-week professional practice in the last semester.
Areas of Study:
Zoology, Agricultural chemistry, Agricultural botany, Animal physiology, Organic and biochemistry, Agricultural and food industrial microbiology, Plant physiology, Soil science, Water management, Environmental management, Land use and regional development, Agricultural machinery, Economic sciences, Crop production, Agrochemistry, Agroecology, Feeding for animals, Animal husbandry, Horticulture, Plant genetics and plant breeding, Animals health, Food technologies, Quality management, Farm business management, Forest and game management, Grassland management, Integrated plant protection
Undergraduates may find employment in agricultural enterprises, even in management positions, in the field of agricultural advisory and administration, in research institutes, in your own farms, in advocacy organisations.