BSc - Agricultural Sciences

University of Kiel
Germany
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
3 years
Intakes
April October
Tuition fee (local)
Information not available
Tuition fee (foreign)
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Entry Requirements

General university

The university entrance is acquired by, among other things:

  • the school in general education schools,
  • the school to vocational high schools (with a second foreign language).

The general university authorized to study all subjects at the university. 

Subject-specific higher education

. The technical university is a higher education qualification, which entitles them to study in certain subjects or courses of study at universities 
in contrast to the general university entrance includes the technical university (the qualification for high school), only one foreign language. the technical university is to generally by the audit:

  • a two-year vocational high school 
  • an academy,
  • some vocational schools,
  • Professional colleges or
  • a gifted test 

Curriculum

The Bachelor of Science consists of the Propädeutikamodulen, the fundamentals of disciplines and specialization studies each of 3 semesters and a farm internship of three months.

In the first three semesters the basics of the science and economics and from the Agricultural Sciences to buy. Each module is completed with at least one module examination, which will be held as an oral or written examination normally. A module corresponds in time to 4 hours per week (SWS).

A detailed list of individual partial examinations per module can be found in the Annex to agronomy Fachprüfungsordnung under: www.studservice.uni-kiel.de/sta/fachpruefungsordnung-agrarwissenschaften-bachelor-1-fach.pdf

In some custom Specialisation study one of the four disciplines Crop Science, Animal Sciences, Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness or environmental science is selected.In addition to the compulsory modules in the chosen field of study are multiple directional cross elective modules to complete.

The conclusion is a scientific study work (thesis) with a processing time of 12 weeks.

The modular examination will determine whether the student has achieved the learning outcomes of a module. The module examinations take place during studies and may consist of one or more examinations. The type and number of examinations to be services are governed by the examination regulations.

The Bachelor examination is passed if all module examinations required by the exam regulations and the work passed and thus the required number of credits earned.

The normal period for the single-subject Bachelor's degree program Agricultural Sciences is 6 semesters.

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