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Agricultural Sciences and Technologies  Scienze e tecnologie agrarie

General information

Classification of Scholarly Field L-25 Agriculture and forestry industry
Application and Admission Limited enrolment with admission test. How to apply
Course Duration 3 years
Course Attendance Not mandatory
Course Language Italian
Course Location via Celoria, 2 - Milano
Head of Studies Gianni Matteo Crovetto
Course Website Programme description

Course Objectives

The course provides students with sound basic knowledge of the main spheres of agricultural sciences. Graduates are qualified to assume technical, managerial and professional roles in the agrobiology sector and related technologies.

On the strength of their knowledge of biology, chemistry, engineering, technology and economics, graduates are qualified to:

  • pursue professional occupations in all areas of the agricultural sector: technical and economic company management; the conservation, processing and commercialisation of plant and animal products; the management of rural land and the environment
  • employ effective communication and information management tools and competences
  • work as part of a group, with a set degree of autonomy, quickly integrating themselves into the working environment.

Career and Employment

The career opportunities open to graduates in Agricultural Sciences and Technologies include agricultural and zootechnical production, technical assistance, public and private administration, research and teaching.

In particular, graduates can pursue the following occupations:

  • the technical and economic management of agricultural and zootechnical resources
  • the establishment and organisation of technical assistance services;
  • rural integrated development projects
  • the control and protection of rural land
  • the definition and management of company structures
  • the selection and development of technological production facilities
  • security evaluation and control in relation to machines, plants and facilities
  • energy and integrated energy system management
  • applications for environmental protection and agricultural sustainability
  • distribution systems for agricultural productions and their rationalisation
  • the marketing of agricultural products.