Graduates possess knowledge of the biological, socioeconomic, and technological aspects of Agrosystem Sciences, including their interactions. They are also familiar with the sustainable use of natural production factors necessary for the production of food and biogenic resources. The program’s flexibility allows graduates to develop highly individual and interdisciplinary expertise in the field of Agrosystem Sciences.
Depending on their choice of electives and research projects, graduates acquire discipline-specific knowledge in the breeding and biotechnological development of cultivated plants, the primary production of foods from animal sources, the biological, ecological, and technical analysis and management of agricultural ecosystems, as well as the integration of innovations in the agricultural sciences.
Initial research experience enables graduates to apply interdisciplinary methods that embrace biology, the interface between the natural sciences and technology, and socioeconomic fields. Graduates are conscious of their social responsibility and take into consideration how their actions relate to resource efficiency, environmental protection, animal welfare, and food security.