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Study Plan

El presente plan de estudios está extinguido.

Distribution of the syllabus in ECTS credits by type of subject matters

Plan Distribution
Course Basic Compulsory Optional End of Studies Dissertation Total
1 60 - - - 60
2 - 60 - - 60
3 - 42 6 - 48
4 - 48 - 12 60
Total 60 150 6 12 228

Structure of the Degree

Diagrama de Ingenieria Agronomica

Structure of the Grade in Agricultural Engineering (2010 Syllabus)

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  • Basic training: 60 credits.
  • Training in common for the Branch: 60 credits.
  • Specific Technology 1: 48 credits.

OPTION A: One Specific Technology:

  • Transversal training: 18 credits.
  • Intensification in Specific Technology 1: 18 credits.
  • External Internships: 12 credits.

OPTION B, TWO - Specific Technology:

  • Specific Technology 2: 48 credits.
  • Optional/Recognition: 6 credits.
  • End of Grade Dissertation: 18 credits.

Students of Agricultural Engineering undertake two Common Academic years (120 ECTS) and then decide whether they want to become specialists (one specific technology) or generalist (two specific technologies). In the first case, they study the speciality of their choice, one transversal module commont to all specialities and one Intensification of their speciality: (84 ECTS). In the second case they studie the subject matters of two specialities of their choice (96 ECTS). To complete their studies, specialists undertake an external internship (12 ECTS). They all undertake an End of Grade Dissertation (18 ECTS) and an obtional subject (6 ECTS).

Mentions

The degrees have been configured so, once completed, students may obtain a specialization. These specializations can be called by different names, although the most common ones are "Speciality", "Curricular Itinerary" or "Mention.

This section includes information about specializations that may exist in the degree and their requirements.

  • Horticulture and Gardening
  • Agricultural and Fishing Exploitations
  • Agricultural and Food Industries
  • Mechanization and Rural Constructions
  • Horticulture and Gardening / Agricultural and Fishing Exploitations
  • Horticulture and Gardening / Agricultural and Food Industries
  • Horticulture and Gardening / Agricultural Constructions and Mechanization
  • Agricultural and Fishing Exploitations; /Agricultural and Food Industries
  • Agricultural and Fishing Exploitations; / Mechanization and Rural Constructions
  • Agricultural and Food Industries; / Mechanization and Rural Constructions

Subjects

Prerequisites and Corequisites

The Syllabus may include special conditions required for registration or for studying one or more of its subjects. These conditions are the PREREQUISITES: Subject or group of subjects, called "key" which must have been studied or passed before.

The Degree "Grade in Agricultural Engineering", has no prerequisite established.

Adaptation

This link shows the equivalencies between subjects of former syllabi in order to facilitate adaptation of students to the new grade. Application for adaptation of students from the degree mentioned will lead to automatic recognition of all the credits contained in this chart:

Adaptation Procedure

Students from the current 3-Year degree in Agricultural Engineering may choose from the following options:

1.) Finish the 3-year degree in Agricultural Engineering, which will progressively disappear, following the calendar in the degree report and the regulation established by the University of Almeria.

2.) Adapt to the new official degree called Grade in Agricultural Engineering. In this case the adaptation chart on this page will apply.

3.) The calendar for termination of the above studies will be implemented gradually. Once each year is terminated, there will be four exam sittings in the following two academic years.

Calendar of deployment / extinction

The Grade degree in Agricultural Engineering will substitute the four current 3-year degrees in Agricultural Engineering, and its deployment will be progressive, following this calendar:

Calendar of deployment of Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Engineering
Academic Year Academic year of deployment
1st Course - year 2010-11
2nd Course - year 2011-12
3nd Course - year 2012-13
4nd Course - year 2013-14

Calendar of extinction of Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Engineering
Academic Year Academic year of extinction
1st Course - year 2015-16
2nd Course - year 2016-17
3nd Course - year 2017-18
4nd Course - year 2018-19

Updated by: Training, Syllabi and Teaching Organization Service

Date: 12 January 2012

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