Bachelor of Science studies at the Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment are varied, interdisciplinary and present many options to meet students' needs and interests.
The required general courses are studied during the first 3 semesters, and are common to all faculty students. These include introductory courses in chemistry, physics, mathematics, statistics, biology and biochemistry. The remainder of the degree program takes place in the framework of “hugim”, or study areas, with courses chosen from the area of expertise of each study areas.
“Hativot Limudim” are frameworks of study shared by two or more “hugim”, consisting of bundles of courses intended to allow both focus and expansion of knowledge in areas of interest to students. Studies in a “hativat limudim” constitute a sub-specialisation in addition to the specialisation provided by the “hug” and will be noted on the student’s transcripts and diploma.
The faculty offers honours undergraduate students the option of doing research through the Amirim program. A student accepted to Amirim will complete a bachelor’s degree and carry out a research program under the guidance of a faculty member in his hug. The research project will comprise 25% of the bachelor’s degree.
A list follows of the study areas available for BSc studies.
In each “hug” there are several possible study tracks to choose from.
Areas of Study
Agroecology and Plant Health
Biochemistry and Food Science
Environmental Economics and Management
Hotel, Food and Tourism Management
Nature Conservation and Landscape Management
Head: Prof. Jose Gruenzweig 08-9489782 firstname.lastname@example.org
The School of Nutrition offers a three-year undergraduate program leading to a degree of Bachelor of Science in Nutrition (B.Sc.Nutr.). After completing these studies, students are eligible to participate in an internship of six months in hospitals and public-health institutions in order to acquire the certificate of Registered Clinical Dietitian from the Ministry of Health.
Plant Sciences in Agriculture
Soil and Water Sciences
Program in Agriculture and the Environment