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The full text of the Decree on training for a bachelor in agricultural business
Under section 22 of the Act on vocational college education and University bacheloruddannelser of the basic regulation. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 882 of 8. August 2011, fixed: § 1. The aim of the programme to the bachelor in agricultural activities is to qualify the trained to independently organise, implement quality assurance and advisory, management, project management, business management and teaching assignments within the agricultural area. The work areas are agriculture, horticulture, public administrations and private environment and natural environment, energy and construction companies.
(2). The graduates must have knowledge, skills and competences, as set out in annex 1.
§ 2. Training, there is a full-time education organised as self-contained superstructure to Business Academy training as jkf, is rated at 90 ECTS credits. 60 ECTS credits corresponding to a full-time student work in 1 year.
(2). The training gives the right to use the title qualified bachelor in agricultural business. The English title is Bachelor in Agricultural and Environmental management.
(3). The term of education is Ba Degree Programme in Agricultural and Environmental management.
§ 3. The training consists of: 1) Mandatory educational elements with a total extent of 35 ECTS-points that are common to the students.
2) 2 bound study areas, of which the students choose one. Each of the bound fields of study include mandatory elements with a total extent of 10 ECTS credits: a) Institute of agricultural biology.
3) Internship with a total extent of 15 ECTS credits.
4) optional training elements for each student have a total extent of 15 ECTS credits.
5) Bachelor's degree project of 15 ECTS credits.
(2). The mandatory educational elements, see. (1). 1, is organised in the following core areas: 1) Analysis and statistics.
2) Method and theory of science.
3) personnel, strategy and business development.
4) Market communication, sales and advice.
5) project management.
(3). Study orientation within the Institute of agricultural biology, see. (1). 2. (a) is organised in the following core areas: 1) Biological metabolism and environment.
2) production and residues.
(4). Study orientation within jordbrugsøkonomi of the basic regulation. (1). 2 (b), are organised in the following core areas: 1) economic analysis, costing, operational and production analysis.
2) Market-, organization-and quality development.
§ 4. The training shall be subject to the rules of professional bacheloruddannelser, laid down in the Ordinance on vocational college education and professional bacheloruddannelser, including rules on purpose, level of knowledge, training, content and organization, duration and structure, access, teacher qualifications, tests and exam, academic regulations, and merit.
§ 5. Ministry of Research, Innovation and higher education may allow derogation by Decree as part of trials. During experiments at the same time, the experiment duration and fixed reporting form.
(2). The Ministry may exempt from the Ordinance, when it is justified by special circumstances.
§ 6. The notice shall enter into force on the 15. July 2012 and has effect for students who have started training after the 1. September 2011.
Agency for higher education and training aid, the 2. July 2012 P.M.V. Inge Mærkedahl/Randall S
Annex 1 targets for learning outcomes for training for a bachelor in agricultural business
Goals for learning yield include the knowledge, skills and competences, as a bachelor in agricultural activities must achieve in education.
The educated have 1) developing knowledge and understanding of practice-based, applied theory and methodology within the agricultural area's biological and economic areas for use in relation to advice, management, leadership, business operations and training,
2) can reflect analyses, methods and theories in the field of agricultural area,
3) knowledge of the market communication, sales and advice as well as models for project management and
4) knowledge of relevant legislation and case law in the area of agricultural law and agricultural area terms, stakeholders and business types nationally and internationally.
The trained within the study orientation of agricultural biology have also 1) knowledge about the chemical and biological processes in soil, water, plants and livestock in relation to land use,
2) understanding of the importance of environment and tributed nutrient product quality, digestibility and health and
3) knowledge about the loss of nutrients, purification and utilization of residues from agricultural production.
The graduates within study direction jordbrugsøkonomi has also 1) knowledge of the operating and production economy within the agricultural area and
2) understanding of national and global market conditions which could affect businesses economically and financially.
The trained may 1) collect and process biological and economic data as the basis for the selection of the most suitable method or the best tool for solution of tasks and problems in agricultural area,
2) perform project management and resource management of tasks within the subject area,
3) analyze and evaluate theoretical and practical issues in relation to the planning, staffing, strategy and business development tasks as well as to make proposals for future strategy,
4) disseminate and perform counseling about and sale of agricultural area's biological and economic knowledge, services and products in relation to partners and users and
5) use of mathematical and statistical methods of analysis results and relate results to practice.
The trained within the study orientation of agricultural biology may also 1) analyse issues and apply appropriate management tools in planning and implementation of production and environmental management and
2) assess and analyse implications of agricultural production, the influence of substance cycles and energy flows in relation to the environment and nature.
The graduates within study the direction jordbrugsøkonomi can also 1) perform production technically and economically operational analysis in relation to the company's development and
2) analyse and assess the company's market-, organization-and quality development.
The trained may 1) handle complex and development-oriented tasks and situations within the agricultural sector, including documenting and disseminating the tasks and projects
2) translate practice experience, knowledge and relevant research findings into solutions and results,
3) included in the managerial, advisory, professional and multi-disciplinary capabilities and cooperation relations that are relevant for jordbrugssområdet,
4) independently develop, manage and implement the working and advisory tasks on the basis of various complex situations and by the involvement of relevant stakeholders as well as
5) identify their own learning needs and develop their own knowledge, skills and competencies in the area of employment of graduates.
The trained within the study orientation of agricultural biology may also 1) independently and in cooperation with other developing practical and theoretical well-founded approaches for exploitation of biological resources in plant and livestock production and
2) independently collect evidence and conduct analyses of the environmental impacts of agricultural production, as well as make qualified suggestions.
The graduates within study the direction jordbrugsøkonomi can also 1) independently manage complex financial and economic analyses and calculations and
2) independently and in co-operation with other design strategies for agricultural undertaking market-, organization-and quality development.