Bachelors Degree in Agriculture, Forestry, Animal & Related Sciences

Agriculture studies refer to the cultivation of soil for the growing of plants, fungi and animals. These studies explore human and animal relations. Agriculture studies deal with agribusiness, agro-economics, agronomy, farming, animal husbandry, agronomy. Agronomy is related to plant-based agriculture.

Forestry is focused on ecology, preserving live nature including resources that can be affected by harmful human and non-human activities. Forestry studies include genetics, forest economics, zoology, botany, environmental protection, ecology, flora, fauna and ecosystems in forests.

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Agricultural Technology Management
  • Jan 2016
  • Aug 2015
  • National $ 275 per module
  • International $ 728 per module
  • Not specified

Kansas State University graduates in agricultural technology management manage people, money, natural resources and technology. If you are interested in a career that blends management training with a knowledge of people and technical expertise, consider agricultural technology management. Graduates in this specialty area fill key positions in food and agricultural industries, serving as technical managers for these increasingly vital sectors of the economy.

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Ecology and Wildlife Conservation
  • Sep 2015
  • EEA £ 9,000 per year
  • Non-EEA £ 12,500 per year
  • 36 months

Evidence suggests that we are currently living in the midst of a global biodiversity crisis. Species extinction is occurring at a higher rate than at any time in evolutionary history, primarily as a result of human activity. The conservation of biodiversity is therefore one of the major environmental challenges currently facing humanity. This course will give you the opportunity to understand this challenge and perhaps make a difference to our future environment.

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Zoology
  • Feb 2016
  • Jun 2015
  • Oct 2015
  • National € 15,680 per year
  • International € 15,680 per year
  • 36 months

Zoology is the science of studying and understanding animals living on land, in freshwater or in the sea. It is the branch of biology that covers behaviour, classification, evolution, conservation, distribution, ecology and natural history, but also includes biochemistry and physiology, palaeontology, molecular biology and genetics, and the structure and function of animals.

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Urban and Recreational Forestry
  • Dec 2015
    Not specified
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Why Urban and Recreational Forestry? Worldwide prognosis shows that in 50 years more than 80% of world population will live in or near urban environment. The ongoing urbanization of society has led to the increasing importance of urban green spaces as contributors to the quality of the urban environment and urban life. Forest management under urban pressure differs from traditional forestry. Urban forestry can be defined as the art, science and technology of managing trees and forest resources in and around urban community ecosystems for the physiological, sociological, economic, and aesthetic benefits trees provide society with (Helms, 1998).

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Marine Zoology (Hons)
  • Sep 2015
  • EEA £ 9,000 per year
  • Non-EEA £ 15,490 per year
  • 36 months

Studying marine sciences at Newcastle equips you with skills for a profession in a growing sector. We are one of the largest marine schools in Europe and our location near the coast provides fantastic opportunities for fieldwork. Our Marine Zoology BSc Honours degree concentrates on the study of animals in the marine environment, from single organisms right up to mammals such as blue whales.

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Ernährung und Versorgungsmanagement
  • Oct 2015
    Not specified
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Aufgaben in den Bereichen „Ernährung“ und „Versorgung“ gewinnen stark an Bedeutung. Das betrifft einmal die Verbindung zwischen Ernährung und Gesundheit, das Qualitätsmanagement und die Vermittlung von Ernährungskenntnissen. Zum anderen wird eine stärkere Integration ökonomischer Zusammenhänge in die menschliche Versorgung immer wichtiger.

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Forestry
  • Dec 2015
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Why Forestry? Forests are important not only for the commercial values but also for the ecological and protective functions. The latter benefits of forests are increasing important under rapid climatic change. Silviculture provides knowledge on economically efficient and sustainable, environmentally-friendly forest management starting from genes and ending at harvesting. The study program invites students who are interested in making forests a better and more stable resource for both economy and environment.

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Agricultural Science
  • Feb 2016
    Not specified
  • 36 months

The Bachelor of Science provides a multitude of study options, graduate pathways and career outcomes, and the opportunity to tailor your degree to suit your interests and goals.

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Agronomy
  • Jan 2016
  • Aug 2015
  • National $ 275 per module
  • International $ 728 per module
  • Not specified

Agronomy is the study of plants and soils and their interaction with the environment. Using science as their basis, agronomists focus on sustaining the world’s food production, protecting the quality of the environment, and conserving vital soil and water resources. Their challenge is to understand, manage and protect Earth’s vital resources while addressing humanity’s basic concerns on the quality of life.

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Food Science and Industry
  • Jan 2016
  • Sep 2015
  • National $ 275 per module
  • International $ 728 per module
  • Not specified

Kansas State University’s nationally recognized undergraduate food science and industry program is approved by the Institute of Food Technologists. The IFT is a nonprofit scientific society with members who work in food science and related professions in industry, academia and government.

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Agricultural Biology
  • Oct 2015
  • EEA € 157 per semester
  • 36 months

The programme agricultural biology is unique in Germany. Agricultural Biology bridges biology and agricultural sciences.

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Sustainable Use of Natural Resources
  • Sep 2015
  • EEA € 2,000 per year
  • Non-EEA € 2,000 per year
  • 36 months

The BSc Programme “Sustainable Use of Natural Resources” delivers theoretical and applied knowledge focusing on the sustainable use and management of natural resources, such as soil, water and air, as well as the positive and negative impacts of agriculture on these resources. The programme is designed as preliminary study for the subsequent MSc Programme “Natural Resources and Environment”.

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