Title of the Master's degree course: Horticultural Engineering MSc

Level of qualification obtained in the Master's degree and title of qualification in the diploma:

  • level of qualification: master's degree (magister, master; abbreviation: MSc)
  • title of qualification: Horticultural Engineer MSc

Training area: agriculture

Duration of training: 4 semesters

Courses accepted as prerequisites for entry to the Master's programme:

  • To be taken into account for full credit: bachelor's degree in horticulture.
  • Can be taken into account primarily by completing specific credits: from the agricultural field of study, the bachelor's degree in food engineering, agricultural engineering, environmental management agricultural engineering, information technology and professional management agricultural engineering, plant production engineering, landscape and horticultural engineering, forestry engineering, economic and rural development agricultural engineering, rural development agricultural engineering, viticulture and viticulture engineering, conservation engineering, and from the natural science field of study, the bachelor's degree in biology.
  • In addition, bachelor's and master's degree programmes and programmes under Act LXXX of 1993 on Higher Education may be taken into account upon completion of specified credits, which are accepted by the credit transfer committee of the higher education institution on the basis of a comparison of the knowledge on which the credit is based.

Objectives of the training: to train chartered horticultural engineers who are familiar with and skilled in the latest advances in science and horticultural practice, and who are knowledgeable in the basic and social sciences, the horticultural sector and related disciplines. A further aim of the Master's degree is to provide knowledge that is widely applicable in Europe for those working in this specialised field of agriculture. Graduates will be able to continue their studies at doctoral or postgraduate level.

For details on admission requirements, how to apply for the course and fees for self-financed training, see the admission guide (felvi.hu).

Depending on the subject, the semester can be completed either with a colloquium (five grades) or with a practical grade (five grades).  Method of assessment: final paper, online tests, homework assignment, design assignments, presentations, etc.

Requirements of obtaining Absolutorium (final certificate): completion of the study and examination requirements set out in the curriculum, the required internships and all the credits set out in the curriculum.

Prerequisites for admission to the final examination: obtaining the final certificate (diploma), submitting and accepting the thesis/dissertation, applying for the final examination. Successful completion of the final examination is a prerequisite for the award of a diploma certifying the completion of higher education studies.

Graduates of the MSc in Horticultural Engineering can find employment at: institutions, organisations and companies that manage, regulate and control horticultural production; horticultural enterprises; institutions and organisations that perform professional management and advisory functions. After graduation, they can continue their studies in a doctoral school.


Person responsible: Dr. Ildikó  associate professor 
Phone: +36 76 516 344
Mobile: +36 30 495 2798
E-mail: kiraly.ildiko@kvk.uni-neumann.hu

Education Directorate of the Faculty Unit
Contact: Ágnes Kátai-Urbán 
Office: 6000 Kecskemét, Izsáki út 10. I. em.
Phone: +36 76 516 451
E-mail: katai-urban.agnes@uni-neumann.hu