Decree On Training For A Bachelor In Agricultural Business

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om uddannelsen til professionsbachelor i jordbrugsvirksomhed

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Publication of training for professional training in a farm business

Purchases of section 22, in the law on vocational education and training, as well as professionsundergraduate studies, cf. Law Order no. 882 of 8. August 2011 :

§ 1. The purpose of training for professional training in agricultural activities is to qualify the educated independent of the organisation, quality assurance and conduct of consulting, management, project management, enterprise-and operation-and training tasks in the field of land use. The areas are agriculture, horticulture, public environmental and natural administrations, as well as private environment, energy and plant enterprises.

Paragraph 2. The educated must have knowledge, skills and competencies, as set out in Annex 1.

§ 2. The training, which is a full-time training, organised as a self-employed superstructure for vocational education and training as a soil service log, has been set to the 90 ECTS points. 60 ECTS points shall be equal to the work of a full time student for 1 year.

Paragraph 2. The training provides the educated right to use the title professionsbachelor in land use. The English title is Bachelor in Agricultural and Environmental Management.

Paragraph 3. The English name of education is Bachelor's Degree Programme in Agricultural and Environmental Management.

§ 3. The training consists of :

1) Mandatory training elements with a total of 35 ECTS points which are common to students.

2) 2 bundles of courses of study, of which the student selects one. Each of the bundles of study includes mandatory elements with an overall scale of 10 ECTS points :

a) Jordology biology.

b) Earth-based economics.

3) Internship with a total of 15 ECTS points.

4) Election-free education elements which, for the individual students, have an overall scale of 15 ECTS points.

5) Bachelor project of 15 ECTS points.

Paragraph 2. The required training elements, cf. paragraph 1, no. 1, in the following core areas, are organized :

1) Analysis and statistics.

2) Methodology and science theory.

3) Personnel, strategy and business development.

4) Market communication, sales and counseling.

5) Project management.

Paragraph 3. Studies in the field of land use biology, cf. paragraph 1, no. 2. point (a) shall be organized in the following core areas :

1) Biological metabolis; and the environment.

2) Manufacturing and residual products.

Paragraph 4. Studies in the soil use economy, cf. paragraph 1, no. 2 (b) shall be organized in the following core areas :

1) Financial analysis, lime-turbation, operational and production analysis.

2) Marketplace, organisation and quality development.

§ 4. In the case of training, the rules on professional qualifications laid down in the announcement of vocational training and professional training courses, including the purpose, level, knowledge base, practice, content and organisation of professional qualifications, the duration and structure, access, scholar, study and examination of studies, study and study.

§ 5. The Ministry of Research, Innovation and Higher Education may allow the deviation of the notice as part of the experiment. At the same time, the duration of the test and the reporting form shall be determined.

Paragraph 2. The Ministry shall be able to dispense with the notice when it is justified in specific conditions.

§ 6. The announcement shall enter into force on the 15th. July 2012 and have an effect on students, which have started training after the first one. September, 2011.

The governance of the Higher Education and Educational Support, the second of the second. July 2012

Inge Markkedahl

/ Rnot Lise Simested

Appendix 1

Targets for training for professional training in agricultural parlors

The objectives of the learning exchange include the knowledge, skills and competencies which professionsundergrad in earning must be achieved in education.


The trained has

1) development-based knowledge and understanding of practices, used theory and method in the biological and economic fields of the soil for use in relation to advice, management, management, business operations and education ;

2) can reflect on analyses, methods and theories in the soil use area,

3) knowledge of market communications, sales and counselling, as well as models for project management ; and

4) knowledge of relevant legislation and jurisprudence in the fields of land law and the terms of land use, stakeholders and business types, nationally and internationally.

The educated within Student bio-biology study has also

1) knowledge of chemical and biological processes in soil, water, plants and pets in relation to land use,

2) understanding of the importance of nutritional substances in the quality, digestibility and health of products ;

3) knowledge of the loss of nutrients, purification and exploitation of residues from agricultural production.

The educated within the trackside of the soil, has also

1) knowledge of the operational and production economy in the area of the soil ; and

2) the understanding of national and global market conditions which may affect enterprises economically and financially.


The trained can

1) collect and process biological and economic data as a basis for the selection of the best method or the best tool for solving tasks and issues relating to the soil service sector,

2) manage project management and resource management of tasks in the field of the professional area ;

3) analyze and assess theoretical and practical issues related to planning, personnel, strategy and enterprise development tasks, and submit proposals for future strategy ;

4) disseminate and provide advice on and sale of the biological and economic knowledge, services and products of the land in relation to partners and users ; and

5) use of mathematical and statistical methods of analysis on analytical results and to relate the results to practice.

The educated within Student bio-biology study may also

1) analyze issues and apply relevant management tools when planning and implementation of production and environmental management ; and

2) assess and analyse the impact of the impact of land use on drug cycles and the impact of energy flows in relation to the environment and nature.

The educated within the trackside of the soil, may also

1) perform the production techniques and economic operations analysis in relation to the development of the enterprise ; and

2) analyze and assess the running of the company, organization and quality development.


The trained can

1) handle complex and developmentally-oriented tasks and situations in the soil area, including documenting and disseminating tasks and projects ;

2) translate practice, knowledge, and relevant research results for solutions and results ;

3) include in management, consulting, professional and interdisciplinary functions and cooperation relationships relevant to the soil area,

4) autonomous development, manage and conduct work and advisory tasks on the basis of various complex situations and involving relevant stakeholders ; and

5) identify own learning requirements and develop their own knowledge, skills and competencies in the field of the finalised area of employment.

The educated within Student bio-biology study may also

1) independently and in cooperation with others, develop practical and theoretical justifiable solutions for the exploitation of biological resources in plant and animal production ; and

2) independently collect the assessment base and carry out analyses of environmental impact of land use, and to submit qualified proposed solutions.

The educated within the trackside of the soil, may also

1) independently handle complex financial and economic analyses and calcilations and

2) independently and in cooperation with other design strategies for the market, organisation and quality development of the market, organisation and quality.