The programme

The programme consists of three semesters of twenty weeks each.

  • The first two semesters consist of various mandatory business subjects and subjects related to your chosen study line (see below). The mandatory subjects will give you basic knowledge about management, strategy, communication and sales.
  • The third semester consists of an internship followed by a bachelor thesis.  

The main focus of the programme is the combination of theory and practice within the different subjects, and you will experience a scientific level that is higher than the level you know from, for example, the AP degree.

As a Bachelor in Agricultural and Environmental Management you will acquire a deeper basic knowledge and specific qualifications, which are related to the profession and your future job.

Teaching

During the first and second semesters, you will receive 14-16 weeks of teaching. Both semesters are completed with written projects, in which you can work with the subject that you find most interesting and thereby can affect your own education. The individual projects should be based on relevant subjects and the duration is 4-6 weeks. You will experience an educational programme where the teaching is supplemented by group work to ensure an optimal process for acquiring new knowledge.

Internship and bachelor thesis

During the third semester you must choose a company for your internship. After, or during the internship, you must write your bachelor's thesis, which must focus on relevant issues from the company. Furthermore, the bachelor thesis must be based on subjects from the programme; you choose which to stress. In this way, it is possible for you to focus and specialise your education depending upon your interests. You will also gain valuable insight into relevant companies.

If you have any questions, please contact the study counsellor for further information.

Study line: Environmental and Nature Management

With this study line you will strengthen your competencies within the environmental field and be able to better plan, develop and communicate aspects of your topic. You will acquire the knowledge and tools required to manage complex problems at management, advisory or administrative levels.

With up-to-date, comprehensive knowledge you can match the challenging market and make your contribution to the development and progress of environmental issues.

1st semester2nd semester3rd semester
Environmental and Nature Management
Mandatory subjects
(25 ECTS)

  • Statistics
  • Market analysis
  • Method and theory of science
  • Business development
  • Micobiology
Study line subjects
(5 ECTS)

  • Ecology
Mandatory subjects
(20 ECTS)

  • Project management
  • Business communication
  • Sales
  • Production and waste

Study line subjects
(10 ECTS)

  • Climate adaptation
  • Ecotoxicology
  • Sustainability

Internship
(15 ECTS)

Bachelor's project
(15 ECTS)

Study line: Agricultural Management

This study line is for all professionals who aspire to be future leaders. Graduates can expect to become managers within growing innovative agricultural companies, based upon their acquired agricultural knowledge, management and leadership skills. 

Study and learn from the highest Danish agricultural standards within global food production in terms of food security, sustainability, environmental issues, animal welfare, health, breeding and general performance. Simply put, an opportunity to learn first-class agricultural practice and leadership as a whole.

1st semester2nd semester3rd semester
Agricultural Management (not offered at summer intake 2016)
Mandatory subjects
(25 ECTS)

  • Statistics
  • Market analysis
  • Method and theory of science
  • Business development
  • Production economy
Study line subjects
(5 ECTS)

  • Organisation and leadership
 Mandatory subjects
(20 ECTS)

  • Project management
  • Business communication
  • Sales
  • Agricultural markets 

Study line subjects
(10 ECTS)

  • Innovation and
    change management

Internship
(15 ECTS)

Bachelor's project
(15 ECTS)

Partner companies for Agricultural Management study line