Faculty of Agricultural Sciences

The Faculty of Agricultural Sciences is committed to fulfilling the essential functions of public education. This Faculty responds to the social and educational demands of the environment, and the agriculture, livestock, and food production industries locally, nationally, and internationally.

Academic Offerings

Undergraduate Courses

Technical Degree Courses, Teacher Training Programs and Undergraduate Courses

Grado

  • Bromatology
  • University Technician in Oenology and Viticulture
  • University Technique in Animal Production of Arid Zones
  • Degree in Bromatrology
  • Agronomic Engineering
  • Engineering in Renewable Natural resources

Posgraduate Courses

PhD Programmes

  • Territorial Planning and Sustainable Development
  • Agronomy
  • Biological Sciences

Master´s Degree

  • Irrigation and Drainage
  • Viticulture and Oenology
  • Horticulture
  • Livestock Production of Arid Zones
  • Agribusiness Business Management
  • Cultivation and Olive Industries
  • Social Responsability and Sustainable Development
  • Rural Extension

Specializations

  • Viticulture
  • Olive growing
  • Livestock Production of Arid Zones
  • Irrigation and Drainage

Diploma

  • Diploma in Irrigation
  • Diploma in Extension and Rural Development
1.600
students enrolled in undergraduate courses
160
professionals enrolled in graduate courses
+100
ongoing research projects

Outreach

The Faculty acts as an umbrella for the Outreach School, which is open to the entire education community. The Outreach School is run by people with a broad experience in outreach activities but is also open to all those who wish to participate. Activities are aimed at promoting good social and educational practices among students.

Community Services

The Faculty has up-to-date well-equipped laboratories that provide different product testing services. In addition to this, the Faculty provides consulting and testing services to famers.

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History

  • 1939

    Creation of the School of Higher Education in Agronomy

  • 1940

    Creation of the Quinta Agronómica farm

  • 1944

    First graduation ceremony for 18 agriculturists

  • 1950

    Inauguration of the Luján de Cuyo campus

  • 1974

    Graduate Course in Food Engineering

  • 1993

    Creation of the Bachelor of Food Science

  • 2003

    Creation of a Degree course in Natural Renewable Resources Engineering

  • 2003

    National Accreditation – Agronomy

  • 2017

    The Faculty’s journal is ranked 19th among the top 56 journals on Multidisciplinary Agriculture worldwide. Award granted by Thomson Reuters.

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