The Masters degrees at the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences (DJF) are open to students with a relevant bachelor degree.
DJF offers its own bachelor degree (only in Danish), but there is no stipulation that you need to take this particular degree to gain entry to one of the DJF Masters degrees.
The four MSc programmes are:
– knowledge of the primary agriculture within plant production, livestock production, organic farming, and agriculture in a global perspective.
– knowledge of the interaction between agricultural production, nature and the environment to ensure a sustainable utilisation and management of natural resources in the open land.
– knowledge of the development of ecotechnical solutions in agriculture and the production and utilisation of bioenergy.
- Molecular Nutrition and Food Technology – knowledge of the impact of production on the functionality of foods, their quality and their link to human health.
If you would like further information about our degree programmes, please apply here.
You are also welcome to contact:
Chief consultant Gert E. Jørgensen