A bachelor's degree is given to students who fulfill the necessary requirements given by the college or university they are attending. The requirements include three to seven years of focus on a subject, typically referred to as a major or concentration.
147 Results in Agricultural Science
The agricultural industry is undergoing an unprecedented period of change. Traditional reliance on production is being challenged through changes in government policy at local ... +
A degree in forestry will give you all the necessary skills and knowledge to take care of and manage forests sustainably, both ecologically and economically.
The recommended profile combines the capacity for observation, synthesis and analysis of the medium. Interest in experimentation and research, nature, the environment, energy, ... +
Earn a scholarship worth up to US$10,000
The BSc program in Agricultural Engineering aims to train agricultural engineers capable of realizing production, leadership, controlling and organizational work in agricultur ... +
We train trained professionals to apply engineering to agroindustrial, livestock, agricultural and agro-environmental activities, with teams of highly prestigious teachers and ... +
The Bachelor's degree in Agricultural and Agri-food Engineering that is proposed is the adaptation to the European Higher Education Area of the Agricultural Technical Engineer ... +
Earn a great living wage in a high-demand field. Make a difference in your community. Reach your potential. Make your dream of an outdoor career in natural resources a reality ... +
The BSc study programme in Agriculture and Food is tailored for students who are interested in how food is actually made, what defines food quality in the chain from farm to f ... +
As an engineer of agri-food, you will get a holistic understanding of food systems. In your studies, you can follow the production of food from “field to fork”. You will under ... +
The agricultural biology coursework prepares you for a variety of careers in the biological sciences and agriculture. You will develop your curriculum with an academic adviser ... +