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Agricultural Resources and Environment

Professional Undergraduate Degree in Agricultural Resources and Environment

Science, Technologies, Health Sector

Specialty in Crop Production

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Description from the Information and University Orientation Service (SIOU):

- specialty in Forest and Environment
- specialty in Field Crops and Environment
- specialty in Vine and Environment

Faculty’s Description of the Degree


Specialty in Forest and Environment
~ expertise in land settlement,
~ understanding of sustainable development issues and forest multifunctionality,
~ knowledge of sylvicultural techniques.

Specialty in Field Crops and Environment
~ assessments,
~ project management,
~ knowledge of harmful pathogens and of plants’ defence mechanisms,
~ knowledge of enforced regulations,
~ understanding of sustainable development issues in agriculture,
~ knowledge of agricultural techniques.

Specialty in Vine and environment
~ project management,
~ knowledge of harmful pathogens and of vine’s defence mechanisms
~ knowledge of enforced regulations,
~ support in professional steps to meet sustainable development needs,
~ knowledge of vine techniques.

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~ graduates from a two-year higher education Degree, University Technological Degree in Biology, Agricultural Technician’s Diploma (BTSA) or the first four semesters of an Undergraduate Degree in Biology validated;
~ possible admission in continuing training for job seekers or professionals of the sector, who have basic knowledge and sufficient professional skills.

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- positions within: organisations, professional entities, local collectivities, technical centres, private companies (phytosanitary, seed, agricultural and food-processing industries, bio-industries and biotechnologies, wine growers), cooperatives, public establishments for applied research or for promotion of institutions (National Institute for Agricultural Research, CIAD, National Centre for Agriculture and Forestry, Engineering and Water Management, SOPEXA (consulting marketing and food communication), etc.), agricultural teaching.
- missions: production management, analysis, experiments, R&D, impact statement, ecological assessment, implementation of quality and traceability approaches, agricultural and industrial waste process, coordination of environmentally-friendly agricultural programmes, etc.

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Organisation of studies
The professional Undergraduate Degree is organised on a single year, split into two semesters, each worth 30 ECTS credits, the full professional Undergraduate Degree is worth 60 credits. The student attends an average of 25 hours of class per week and carries out a 12 to 16 week internship.

The Undergraduate Degree has three specialties:

- Forest and Environment,
- Field Crops and Environment,
- Vine and Environment.

General training: professionalization, communication and management tools.
Specialty training: environment management, ecotoxicology, plant biotechnology, phytopathology, culture protection and sustainable agriculture.

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Teacher mentoring / professional internship
- Mentored project
- A 4 to 6 month internship in a company.

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Contacts and registrations
UFR Sciences Exactes et Naturelles
Laboratoire de Biochimie
B.P. 1039
Email: laurent.martiny@univ-reims.fr