Subject-Specific Criteria (SSC) and Intended Learning Outcomes: SSC-08 and SSC-01

Compulsory modules (C) = 127 SCU or 203 ECTS

Elective modules minimum (E) = 21 SCU or 34 ECTS

Download matrix SSC-08 and Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO) here. The curriculum of the Agricultural Engineering Department is structured into 13 subject-related competencies and according to SSC 08 ASIIN:

  • Know and understand the principles of natural sciences, social science, mathematics, medical science, economics and engineering their discipline is based on (30.4 ECTS)
  • Have the required knowledge and understanding to identify and formulate problems arising in agriculture, forestry or food science (62.4 ECTS)
  • Able to apply different methods orientated on fundamentals – such as mathematical, statistical, and experimental (laboratory) analysis (25.6 ECTS)
  • Qualified to plan and conduct respectively suitable experiments, interpret the data, and draw conclusions (32 ECTS)
  • Able to pursue literature searches in a targeted way and to use data bases and other sources of information (3.2 ECTS)
  • Qualified to carry out assessments on the basis of comparisons with literature references and plausibility considerations (3.2 ECTS)
  • Have the skills to solve practical problems (48 ECTS)
  • Can combine theory and practice to solve subject-specific practical problems (17.6 ECTS)
  • Able to select and apply suitable devices, processes, and methods (24 ECTS)
  • Able to work efficiently on their own and as team members (9.6 ECTS)
  • Qualified to apply different methods to communicate effectively with the scientific community and the society as a whole (12.8 ECTS)
  • Recognise the necessity of independent life-long learning and are qualified to do so (33.6 ECTS)
  • Adequately competent in the area of communication, e.g. presentations or moderation (1.6 ECTS)

Download matrix SSC-01 and Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO) here. The curriculum of the Agricultural Engineering Department is structured into 8 subject-related competencies and according to SSC 01 ASIIN:

  • Broad and sound knowledge in mathematics and natural sciences applicable to engineering (40 ECTS)
  • Advanced knowledge and methodological competence of sub-disciplines of engineering (36.8 ECTS)
  • Ability to apply methodological competence of engineering to specific machines and equipment (64 ECTS)
  • Acquisition and enhancement of specific knowledge in special disciplines of engineering (73.6 ECTS)
  • Ability to evaluate technical products and procedures relating e.g. their economic and ecologic effects (6.4 ECTS)
  • Ability to work in national and international teams (11.2 ECTS)
  • Knowledge and skill to work independently on scientific tasks in engineering and to present work results (9.6 ECTS)
  • Ability of autonomous processing of practical engineering tasks within a professional environment (8 ECTS)