The aim of the degree programme is to prepare experts for tasks relating to advising, administration, education, development cooperation, commerce, rural entrepreneurship and research. The degree also qualifies the students for work as private entrepreneurs.
The degree of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture aims at sound professional skills, with the emphasis on the practical application of research based information.
There are two specialisation study lines, Production Economics and Production Technology. In addition, there are free choice studies from about 100 courses.
The programme is 240 credits (ECTS) and its duration is about 4 years:
Year 1: theoretical studies from August to the end of April followed by practical training on farms 1.5-30.9
Year 2: theoretical studies from October to the end of May followed by summer courses at school 1.6-31.8.
Year 3: theoretical studies from October to the end of April followed by specialised training 1.5-31.8.
Year 4: from September to the end of July (last lessons are in December)