Bachelor in Crops and Livestock Engineering

Course Objectives

Acquire technical and scientific knowledge of agricultural production and livestock production
Have knowledge in communication fieds.
Knowledge in ??economics and management of agricultural enterprise
Knowledge in fields of plant and animal biology.
Knowledge in mechanization, planning and development of agricultural structures.
Acquire knowledge in the area of ??water and soil management systems
The course comprises 10 scientific areas that account for a total of 180 credits. The internship comprises 18 credits and can be carried out in the fields of agriculture, agri-food engineering, economics, management of agricultural enterprise, rural development and sociology, crop and livestock production and veterinary sciences and other areas within the scope of Agro- Livestock.
The course includes areas described below.
Scientific Areas:
Descriptive title, CNAEF, type and number of credits
Agriculture, forestry and fisheries (62), compulsory and carries out 96 credits
Humanities (22), compulsory and carries out 6 credits
Social and behavioral sciences (31), compulsory and carries out 3.5 credits
Business Sciences. (34) Compulsory and carries out 6 credits
Life Sciences. (42), compulsory and carries out 12 credits
Physical sciences. (44), compulsory and carries out 21 credits
Engineering and related techniques (52), compulsory and carries out 10.5 credits
Mathematics and statistics (46), compulsory and carries out 6 credits
Informatics in the user’s perspective (482), obligatory and realizes 6 credits
Veterinary Sciences (64), compulsory and carries out 13 credits

Access Conditions

Foreign European Union citizens who wish to enrol in ESAC-IPC undergraduate degree programmes may apply:
Through a national contest: entrance examinations one of the following sets (16) Mathematics and (02) Biology and Geology or (16) Mathematics and (07) Physics and Chemistry.
Special competitions: transfer, change of course, proof for people over 23, holders of diplomas of Technological Specialization Course, holders of diploma of Professional Technical Higher Course.

Professional Outlets

Graduates will be self-employed, employed by others to carry out services in plant and/or animal production companies (company planning and organization, production management, consultancy, R&D projects…).

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Learning Objectives

Our main target is to prepare students with a solid scientific and technological formation for careers in crop and livestock production through theoretical and practical knowledge in the field

Access to Superior Studies

Postgraduate and Master degree

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