Climate impact research, plant stress, phytomedicine, molecular biology and horticultural economics: the Master’s degree in Horticultural Science focuses on current issues. As well as specific research projects, the students’ agenda includes the theoretical principles of their subject, scientific work methods and the development of key qualifications. Students are welcome to complete their generally research-orientated master’s thesis – as well as their second semester – abroad.
|Academic degree||Master of Science (M.Sc.)|
|Standard study period||3 semesters for graduates from a 7-semester Bachelor program; 4 semesters for graduates from a 6-semester Bachelor program|
|Admission requirement||B.Sc. Horticulture or similar, grade 2.3 or higher; 2 refernces (only contact details); letter of motivation|
|Degree program advice||Prof. Dr. Heiko Mibus-Schoppe|
|Application||from May until October 15|