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MSc Studies

Horticultural engineering MSc

The aim of this study programme is to train certified horticulturalists who are familiar with and can readily apply the latest achievements of science and horticultural practice, and who are well-versed in those core sciences and social sciences which are indispensible for this profession. A further educational objective of this master’s programme is to equip graduates within this specialised professional field with knowledge that is generally applicable anywhere in Europe.

This study programme is recommended especially to those who aspire to apply progressive practical methods and solutions in the domain of horticultural engineering, to fulfil managerial positions, or to solve independent R&D and innovative assignments. It is also a good choice for those who would like to apply their complex, interdisciplinary expertise in horticultural crops — both in a Hungarian and in an EU context — and who are interested in R&D programmes, as well as in the elaboration and management of projects.

Duration of the programme: 4 semesters

Credit number: 120 ECTS

Type: master, correspondant

Language: Hungarian

Degree: Horticultural engineer MSc

Head of programme:

Ildikó Király PhD

Associate College Professor

király.ildiko@kvk.uni-neumann.hu

 

Rural development and agricultural engineering MSc

The aim of this study programme is to train professionals who will supervise production, distribution, and regulation processes, in addition to any related organisational and management processes. Those who complete the programme will have a comprehensive understanding of European and Hungarian rural and regional development functions, the role of agriculture in the development and preservation of the countryside, as well as causal understanding of related specificites. Programme graduates can advance to careers as designer-developer engineers, researchers or managers.

This study programme is recommended to those who would like to learn more about the impacts of corporate, institutional, and community projects on the countryside, and about basic principles of sustainable management and technical and technological development.

Duration of the programme: 4 semesters

Credit number: 120 ECTS

Type: master, correspondant

Language: Hungarian

Degree: Rural development agricultural engineer MSc

Head of programme:

Edit Hoyk PhD

Associate College Professor

hoyk.edit@kvk.uni-neumann.hu