Curriculum structure

The duration of studies is eight semesters. The first seven semesters include theoretical teaching, workshops, assignments, seminars and at the eighth semester internships and thesis take place. The curriculum includes courses that aim at providing basic and specific knowledge related to the subject of study and skill development and the cognitive autonomy of graduates at the exercise of their profession. The courses are divided into:

• General Infrastructure as Inorganic and Organic Chemistry, Mathematics
• Special Infrastructure as Organic Agriculture and Livestock Farming, Engineering, Microbiology and Food Processing
• Specificity as Organic Horticulture, Viticulture and Horticulture, Technology and Quality Control of plant and animal origin
• Administration, Economics, Law & Humanities as Legislation, Quality Assurance, Certification and Organic Products and Food Marketing.