Bachelor in Agriculture


Program Description

The training objectives specific to the specialization Agriculture are generated by the fulfillment and implementation of the following three objectives:

  1. Cognitive objectives
  • Knowledge of biotic and abiotic factors which determine crop production
  • Knowledge of the anatomy, morphology and biology of plants in the agricultural ecosystem
  • Knowledge of biochemistry, genetics and plant physiology
  • Knowledge of laws governing the agricultural ecosystem
  • Knowledge of the land's natural features and of the results of human activities, as well as their principles of transformation
Applied objectives
  • Knowledge of the elements of protection and improvement of natural resources in agriculture
  • Knowledge to improve the health of plants and plant products
  • Knowledge of the energy base and equipment used in agriculture
  • Knowledge of agricultural plant cultivation technology
  • Knowledge of the methods of plan and map elaboration and use
Communicational and relational objectives
  • Knowledge of economic laws specific of agricultural production
  • Knowledge of modern methods of farm management
  • Knowledge of management processes, organization of agricultural production and product marketing
  • Accounting, financial, and legal knowledge applicable to agriculture, etc
  • Knowledge of aspects pertaining to the contractual relationships between parties and developing communication and negotiation skills with beneficiaries
  • Psycho-pedagogical training of teaching staff specialised in the domain of agriculture.

Specific competences

  1. Mastering, understanding basic concepts, theories and methods in the field and area of specialisation; using them appropriately in professional communication.
  2. Using the knowledge in the field to explain and interpret various types of concepts, situations, processes, projects, etc. associated to the domain.
  3. Applying basic principles and methods for solving problems / well-defined situations typical of the domain, in conditions of qualified assistance.
  4. Using standard assessment criteria and methods in an appropriate manner to assess the quality, merits and limitations of certain processes, programmes, projects, concepts, methods and theories;
  5. Elaborating professional projects by using established principles and methods in the field;
  6. Describing the scientific, theoretical and practical principles underpinning the development and application of technologies for sustainable agricultural production.
  7. Explaining the need of using different technological links correlated with environmental factors and crop requirements; explaining and interpreting the interrelations between adopted farming systems and the environment.
  8. Applying methods, techniques and procedures appropriate for customizing and optimizing technological processes of sustainable agricultural production.
  9. Qualitative and quantitative analysis of the effects of applied technologies (physico-chemical analyses of the yields obtained; physical, chemical and biological analyses of environmental aspects which may be affected by the applied agricultural technologies; using specific methods for assessing the impact of applied technologies upon biodiversity).
  10. Developing sustainable technological solutions for conventional farming systems; designing alternative production systems (organic farming) and new technologies for particular cases (sloping lands, sandy soils, soils with a temporary moisture surplus, etc.)
  11. Developing and applying cost-effective production technologies and with a positive environmental and social impact, according to specific environmental conditions.

Structure of disciplines

  • Biophysics and agrometeorology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Botany, Agrotechnics, Agrochemistry, Genetics, Sil science, Ecology and environmental protection, Plant physiology, Microbiology
  • Topography and technical drawing, Land improvement
  • Energy base and agricultural machines, Motor vehicle driving
  • Grassland and forage crop culture, Phytotechnics, Culture irrigation, Legume culture, Viticulture, Pomiculture, Animal science and animal nutrition, Plant improvement and seed production, Phytopathology, Entomology
  • Informatics, Mathematics, Experimental technique
  • Medicinal plants, Legume culture, Viticulture, Pomiculture
  • Marketing, Management, Rural economy
  • Rural economy, Accounting, Financing and crediting, Law and agricultural legislation

Documents necessary to enrol

(translated into English by a licensed translator):

  • Diploma of Baccalaureate
  • Transcript of Record
  • Certificate of linguistic competence (English, Level B2)
  • Identity Paper (copy)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Medical record stating that the candidate can attend higher education courses
  • Photo of the candidate The best variant for sending these documents:
  • Online, through Admission Process
Last updated Jan 2018

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The Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine “King Michael I of Romania” from Timi?oara (BUASVM) is an institution specialized in agronomical and veterinary higher education ... Read More

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