Learning outcomes of the Agronomy and Horticulture (AGH) undergraduate study program is aimed to facilitate early professional careers as well as qualify the graduate for taking up advanced studies.  The Learning outcomes of the AGH program describes the competences of the graduate covering:

1. Knowledge and Understanding

Graduates:

  • know and understand the principles of natural and physical sciences, mathematics, social and economics.
  • know the concept of characteristics of crops and their genetic diversity.
  • have a coherent knowledge and understanding of plant growth and development and their physiological responses to different growing environments.

2. Engineering Analysis

Graduates:

  • are able to identify and formulate problem arising in  plant growth and development and their physiological responses to different growing environments.
  • have the ability to identify the characteristics of crops, to explore and to utilize the crop’s genetic potentials and uses.
  • are able  to define, to identify and to analyze the basic problems, to look for alternative solutions and to recommend strategies for the best solution to manage (efficient) crop production systems.
  • have the required knowledge and comprehension in experimental designs, sampling techniques, and data analysis.

3. Investigations

Graduates:

  • are able to pursue literature searches in a targeted way and to use databases and other sources of information.
  • are qualified to carry out assessments on the basis of comparisons with literature references and plausibility considerations.
  • have the skill of presenting data and scientific writing.

4. Engineering Practice

Graduates:

  • have the skill to explore and utilize the crops’ genetic potentials for conservation purposes and developing new varieties.
  • can combine theory and practice to modify plant growth environments in an efficient and sustainable crop production system.
  • are able to produce high-quality planting materials.
  • are able to set up and to manage sustainable crop production and post-harvest to produce maximum quantities of high-quality products.

5. Social competences

Graduates:

  • are able to self-develop, religious, nationalist, ethical, independent and confident.
  • are able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing, work as a team and willing to take responsibilities for group work achievements.
  • have awareness of the importance of life long learning and well- adapted to the development of science and technology, including agricultural-related policies and regulation.
  • able to comply with ethics and professional standards.
  • have competence in entrepreneurship.