The faculty of Horticulture offers structured Bacheor, Master and Docotoral study programmes in both attendance as well as combined form in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). During their courses students have acces to specially-equipped facilities (greenhouses for tropical and subtropical plants, laboratories, sotrage management, etc.), extensive ranges of ornamental and crop plants and unique gene pools of collections of selected fruit crops, grapevines, perennial vegetables and medicinal plants - all situated on the Faculty's premises.
|Study programmes / fields||Language||Degree/year||Study form||Title|
|Ph.D. in Horticulture
||CZ / EN||PHD / 4||FT / PT||Ph.D.|
|International Master of Horticulture Science||EN||MD / 2||FT||Ing.|
|European Horticulture||EN||PHD / 4||FT||Ph.D.|
Subjects taught in English
Applied Plant Biotechnology, Bitechnics of Landscape Greenery, Biotechnology in Horticulture, Breeding of Fruit Species, Extensive Fruit Production, Floriculture, Floristics Fruit Nuresries, Fruit Storage, Fruit Trees and Cultural Ladscapes, General Dendrology, Horticultural Machinery, Horticultural Production Mechanization, Minor Fruits, Nursery of Ornamental Plants I, Plant Bleeding, Plant Breeding and Biotechnology, Pome Fruit Production and Nursery Techniques, Postharvest Sotrage of Fruit and Vegetables, Principles of Oenology, Production and Utilization of Perennials, Sophisticated Vegetable Production, Special Plants, Stone Fruit Production, Technology of Fruit and Vegetable Processing, Technology of Fruit Distillates, Technology of Soft Beverages, Vegetable Production I, Winemaking Methods.