International Master Horticultural Science

Table of courses of the partner universities in the common structure

(Start of actual courses should be checked in advance at the target university)

Basic Courses – Core Courses - TUM

Title

Lecturer

Lecture type

ECTS

Module number

Location

Term

S/W

ECOSYSTEMS AND PLANT ECOPHYSIOLOGY

Ecophysiology: Technical Procedures and Principles of Protected Cultivation

 

N.N.

Lecture, Project work

 

5

240469434

TUM

W

ADVANCED PLANT PATHOLOGY

Crop Biotechnology

Poppenberger

Lecture, laboratory course

5

240491236

TUM

W

MANAGING CROP GROWTH, YIELD AND QUALITY

Crop Physiology: Growth and Development of Plants

Treutter, Habegger

Lecture

5

240446749

TUM

W

Crop Quality: Basics of Quality Control and Assurance

Habegger, Treutter

Lecture

5

240761745

TUM

W

HORTICULTURAL ECONOMICS

Research Methods and Economics Research Project

Bitsch

Seminar

5

0000001097

TUM

W

Basic Courses – Core Courses  - UNIBO

Title

Lecturer

Lecture type

ECTS

Module number

Location

Term

S/W

ECOSYSTEMS AND PLANT ECOPHYSIOLOGY

Ecophysiology of horticultural crops

Corelli

Lecture, seminar

3

 

UNIBO

W

Crop ecosystems

Tagliavini

Lecture, seminar, field activities

3

 

UNIBO

W

ADVANCED PLANT PATHOLOGY

Plant and Pathogens

Bertaccini

Lecture, seminar, lab activities

3

 

UNIBO

W

Applied Entomology

Burgio, Maini

Lecture, seminar,

3

 

UNIBO

W

MANAGING CROP GROWTH, YIELD AND QUALITY

Managing yield and quality in fruit trees and horticultural crops

Costa

Lecture, seminar, lab activities

3

 

 

UNIBO

W

Manipulating plant biotic interactions to increasing productivity 

Spinelli

Lecture, seminar, lab activities

3

 

UNIBO

W

Vegetable crops

Gianquinto

Lecture, seminar, lab activities

3

 

UNIBO

W

HORTICULTURAL ECONOMICS

Agrifood Marketing

Canavari

Lecture, seminar,

3

 

UNIBO

W

Measuring management performance

Ghelfi

Lecture, case studies, lab

3

 

UNIBO

W

Basic Courses – Core Courses  - SZIU

Title

Lecturer

Lecture type

ECTS

Module number

Location

Term

S/W

ECOSYSTEMS AND PLANT ECOPHYSIOLOGY

Plant physiology and plant molecular biology

I. Papp

Lecture,

laboratory

3

3MN24NAK06M

COR

W

Geobotany and plant ecology

M. Höhn

Lecture, field practice

3

3NT20NAK08M

COR

W

ADVANCED PLANT PATHOLOGY

Biological bases of plant pathology

L. Palkovics

Lecture, laboratory

3

3NK06NAK03M

COR

W

Biological bases of entomology

B. Pénzes

Lecture, laboratory

3

3RT07NAK04M

COR

W

MANAGING CROP GROWTH, YIELD AND QUALITY

Decision support systems of extension service

M. Gaál

Seminar

3

3MI09NAK15M

COR

W

Modern systems in production and commerce of ornamentals

A. Tilly-Mándy

Lecture

4

3DD02NAK64M

COR

W

Special technical knowledge

Z. Láng

Lecture

3

3MT17NAK18M

COR

W

HORTICULTURAL ECONOMICS

Agrarmanagement

E.P.Botos

Lecture

3

3MM11NAK01M

COR

W

Agrarian law and law in economic life

Z. Kator

Seminar

3

3MM11NAK29M

COR

W

Methodological Course – From Genes to Plant – TUM/HU

Title

Lecturer

Lecture type

ECTS

Module number

Location

Term

S/W

CROP BIOTECHNOLOGY (CLASSICAL & MOLECULAR APPROACHES)

Biotechnology in Horticulture I

Basics in molecular plant biotechnology

Poppenberger, Rhozon

Practical course

5

920836996

TUM

S

Biotechnology in Horticulture II

Basics in molecular plant biotechnology

Sieberer,

Poretska

Practical course

 

5

0000000301

TUM

S

Plant Biotechnology

Pinker

 

 

20284

HU

S

RESEARCH AND EVALUATION METHODS IN HORT. ECONOMICS

Research Methods and Economics Research Project

Bitsch

Seminar

5

0000001097

TUM

S

SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AS A RESEARCH METHOD

Systems Analysis as a Research Method

Meyer

Lecture,

project work

5

920573744

TUM

S

Methods of Monitoring and Evaluation of Technical Processes in Horticulture

Schmidt et al.

Lecture,

project work

 

20114

HU

S

Plant Nutrition in Environmantal-friendly Horticultural Systems

George

 

 

20130

HU

S

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

Analysis of Bioactive Compounds in Fruits and Vegetables

Treutter, Graßmann, Rühmann

Lecture, laboratory course

5

920575037

TUM

S

Research Project

‘Plant Growth Regulation’

Poppenberger, Rozhon, Sieberer

Research project

10

0000001980

TUM

S

Physiology of Woody Plants and Applied Dendrology

Kätzel

 

 

20136

HU

S

CONTROL AND EVALUATION METHODS

Genetic and Environmental Control of Vegetal Crops

Habegger,

von Tucher

Lecture,

Project work

5

920845190

TUM

S

Sustainability: Paradigms, Indicators, and Measurement Systems

Bitsch

Lecture,

project work

5

0000001874

TUM

S

Food Chain Management

Huyskens-Keil

 

 

20122

HU

S

Methodological course – from plant to genes – SZIE/BOKU

Title

 

Lecturer

Lecture type

ECTS

Module number

Location

Term

S/W

CROP BIOTECHNOLOGY (CLASSICAL & MOLECULAR APPROACHES)

Molecular genetics and gene technology of plants                     

Hegedűs

Lecture, laboratory practices

3

3GN18NAK06M

COR

S

Propagation biology of plants    

Hrotko

Lecture, laboratory practices

3

3DD02NAK10M

COR

S

RESEARCH AND EVALUATION METHODS IN HORT. ECONOMICS

Methods of measuring stress resistance in plants

Kikuta

Lecture, seminar

3

 

BOKU

S

Developmental Genetics of Plants

Hauser

Seminar

3

 

BOKU

S

SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AS A RESEARCH METHOD

Production ecosystems and forms of their regulation

Bernáth

Lecture, individual tasks, study trip

3

3ME13NAK08M

COR

S

Information systems in horticulture

Gaál

Laboratory, seminars

3

3MI09NAK13M

COR

S

Interdisciplinary project in organic horticulture, fruit growing and viticulture

Spornberger

Project

6

 

BOKU

S

Breeding of horticultural and fruit crops

Grausgruber

Lecture

3

 

BOKU

S

ENVIRONMENTAL – FRIENDLY HORTICULTURE

Natural resources and nature protection

Végvári

Lecture, laboratory, study trips

3

3KT23NAK11M

COR

S

Biological pest management

Fail

Laboratory, seminar

3

3RT07NAK08M

COR

S

Organic farming

Szalay

Lecture, study trip

3

3OG55NCS02M

COR

S

Floriculture

Balas, Stich

Laboratory , lecture, seminar

3

 

BOKU

S

BIOACTIVE PLANT COMPOUNDS

Biologically active substances in horticultural species

Németh-Zámboriné

Lecture, laboratory practices

3

3ME13NAK16M

COR

S

Methods in horticultural physiology

Stich, Balas

Laboratory , lecture, seminar

3

 

BOKU

S

Module 3: Evaluation of fruit cultivars

Tóth

Lecture, laboratory

4

3GY15NAK19M

COR

S

Special plant compounds in nutrition and therapy

Sárosi

Lecture, laboratory

3

3ME13NBV22M

COR

S

Control and Optimization of Horticultural Systems – TUM/HU

Title

Lecturer

Lecture type

ECTS

Module number

Location

Term

S/W

PRODUCTION PROCESS DESIGN AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT

Crop Quality: Basics of Quality Control and Assurance

Habegger, Treutter

Lecture

5

240761745

TUM

W

Secondary Plant Metabolites and Human Health

Treutter, Graßmann

Lecture

5

24057891

TUM

W

Crop Quality Assessment 

Huyskens-Keil

 

 

20282

HU

W

Plant Disease and Control Management

Büttner

 

 

 

HU

W

Post-harvest Quality and Stored Product Protection

Huyskens-Keil

 

 

20290

HU

W

 

Horticultural Outdoor Plant Systems

Oschmann

 

 

20131

HU

W

HORTICULTURE ENGINEERING AND ECONOMY

Human Resource Management for Agriculture and Related Industries

Bitsch

Lecture, seminar

5

0000001086

TUM

W

Ecophysiological basics of urban horticulture

Ulrichs

 

 

20284

HU

W

Environmental Management and Information Systems

Bokelmann

 

 

20100

HU

W

Development of New Floricultural Products

Grüneberg

 

 

20288

HU

W

Information and Communication Technology in Horticulture

Schmidt

 

 

20291

HU

W

BIOTECHNOLOGY AND PLANT GROWTH REGULATION

Research Project

‘Biotechnology of Horticultural Crops’

Poppenberger, Rozhon, Sieberer

Research project

10

0000001976

TUM

W

Research Project

‘Chemical Genetics’

Poppenberger, Rozhon, Sieberer

Research project

10

0000001979

TUM

W

Biology of Generative Propagation in Horticulture

Pinker

 

 

20128

HU

W

Plant Molecular Physiology - Environmental Impact on Photosynthesis and Abiotic Stress Response

Grimm

 

 

20281

HU

W

 Sustainable Systems In Mediterranean And Tropical Horticulture - Montpellier SupAgro & Agrocampus Ouest

Title

Lecturer

Lecture type

ECTS

Location

Term

S/W

KNOWING THE INTERNATIONAL HORTICULTURAL CONTEXT AND MEETING THE INDUSTRY CHALLENGES

Context and stakes of Mediterranean and tropical horticultural chains

J.L. Regnard, L. Temri (Montpellier Supagro), L. Temple (Cirad, Umr Moisa), Codron (Inra), M. Padilla (Iam-Montpellier), D. Loeillet (Cirad), R. Kahane (Cirad),

Lecture, project work

3

 

W

Improvement of a Mediterranean or tropical horticultural chain

JL Regnard (SupAgro), E. Geoffriau, C. Lambert, P. Guillermin (Agrocampus Ouest),

project work

4

 

W

Developing the systems approach to design and manage sustainable horticultural production in tropical or Mediterranean contexts

Analysis, design and evaluation of ecologically innovative horticultural systems for Mediterranean or tropical areas    

E. Malézieux, C. Basset-Mens, I. Grechi, F. Le Bellec, P. Fernandes, P. Deberdt, M. Léchaudel, T. Martin, T. Michels, F. Normand, J.M. Risède, P. Tixier, H. Vannière (Cirad), M. Navarrete (INRA,), JL Regnard et S. de Tourdonnet (Montpellier SupAgro), A. Durand (Envilys Society)

Lecture, project work

3

 

W

Systems approach applied to peri-urban horticulture and protected crops in southern countries

E. Geoffriau, B. Jaloux, P.E. Bournet, J.C. Michel (Agrocampus Ouest), P. Moustier , L. Parrot & S. Simon (CIRAD), C. Aubry & B. Jeannequin (INRA),

Lecture, project work

3

 

W

Integrated pest and disease management for tropical horticultural crops

S. Kreiter, M.S. Tixier, C. Neema, E. Ballini (Montpellier SupAgro)

Lecture, project work

3

 

W

Improving and disseminating an efficient and adapted plant material

Diversity, selection and variety improvement for Mediterranean or tropical horticulture

B. Teulat-Merah, A. Grapin, S. Sakr (Agrocampus Ouest), J. David (SupAgro), E. Chevreau (INRA)

Lecture, project work

3

 

W

Quality seeds and transplants for Mediterraneanortropical crops

V. Le Clerc, O. Leprince, A. Degrave, B. Teulat-Merah, E. Geoffriau (Agrocampus Ouest)

Lecture, project work

3

 

W

Performance of the seed and transplant chain organization for southern countries

V. Le Clerc & O. Leprince (Agrocampus Ouest), V. Poupard (GNIS)

Lecture, project work

2

 

W

Sustainable Fruit Production- UNIBO

Title

Lecturer

Lecture type

ECTS

Module number

Location

Term

S/W

Nursery  and orchard management

Nurseries and orchards Design

Musacchi

Lecture, seminar

6

 

UNIBO

W

Fertilization and Plant Nutrition

Tagliavini

Lecture, seminar, field activities

3

 

UNIBO

W

Sustainable production chain

Advanced entomology

Angeli

Lecture, seminar

2

 

UNIBO

W

Post-harvest management

Costa

Lecture, laboratory

3

 

UNIBO

W

Advanced Plant Protection

Bertaccini

Lecture, laboratory

3

 

UNIBO

W

Breeding for Sustainable Production

 

Dondini

Lecture, laboratory, field visit

3

 

UNIBO

W

Fruit marketing and policy

Fruit market analysis and consumer behaviour

Fischer

Lecture, seminar

3

 

UNIBO

W

Agricultural policies evaluation

Viaggi

Lecture, seminar

3

 

UNIBO

W

Fruit processing

Scampicchio

Lecture, exercise

3

 

UNIBO

W

Optional Courses

Advanced techniques applied to grape

Filippetti

Lecture, seminar, field training

6

 

UNIBO

W

ecology of insect populations

Burgio

Lecture, seminar

3

 

UNIBO

W

organic fruit production

Toselli

Lecture, seminar

3

 

UNIBO

W

Soil fertility

Ciavatta

Lecture, seminar, laboratory

3

 

UNIBO

W

Fruit Tree Physiology

Corelli

Lecture, seminar

3

 

UNIBO

W

Plant-Probiotic Microorganisms: the basis of sustainable agriculture

Bosco,

Picard

Lecture, seminar, laboratory

3

 

UNIBO

W

Farm Information Technologies for Fruit Science

Mazzetto

Lectures, IT-lab activities

3

 

UNIBO

W

Fruit cultivation in mountain areas

Andreotti

Lecture, seminar

3

 

UNIBO

W

High Value Crops – SZIU/BOKU

Title

Lecturer

Lecture type

ECTS

Module number

Location

Term

S/W

Medicinal plants and  high value technologies

Up-to date technologies of medicinal plant production

Pluhár

Lectures, seminars, study trip

4

3ME13NAK37M

COR

W

Biology and cultivation of fungi

Geosel

Lecture, laboratory, excursion

4

3ZT14NAK41M

COR

W

Forcing in soilless systems

Slezák

Lectures, practices

4

3ZT14NAK40M

COR

W

Viticulture

Physiology and Management of Grapevine

Forneck

Lecture

3

 

BOKU

W

Genetics in viticulture and pomology

Griesser

Lecture, Seminar

3

 

BOKU

W

World wines and viticulture

Schoedl

Lecture, Seminar

3

 

BOKU

W

Viticulture and Pomology Journal Club

Forneck

Seminar

3

 

BOKU

W

Quality oriented viticulture, production-development

Bisztray, Zanathy

Lecture, laboratory, excursion

4

3SZ22NBV18M

COR

W

Wellbeing plant

Cultivation of greenhouse ornamental plants

Mandy

Lecture, laboratory, excursion

3

 

BOKU

W

Cultivation of special medicinal plants and spices

Szabó

Lecture, laboratory, excursion

4

3ME13NBV23M

COR

W

Production of propagation materials of vegetables

Peregi-Ertseyné

Lecture, laboratory, excursion

4

3ZT14NBV43M

COR

W

Horticultural dendrology

Diószegi-Sütöriné

Lecture, laboratory, excursion

3

3DD02NBV27M

COR

W

Organic Horticulture

Organic fruit growing and viticulture

Spornberger

Lecture,  seminar, excursion

3

 

BOKU

W

Organic production of vegetables and ornamentals

N.N., Vogl, Balas

Lecture,  seminar, excursion

3

 

BOKU

W

Ecological plant protection

Koschier. Wegensteiner 

Lecture, exercises

3

 

BOKU

W

Rhizosphere Processes and Application to Agriculture and Soil Protection

Wenzel

Lecture

3

 

BOKU

W

Ecological basis of biological control

Schausberger,  Hoch

Lecture

3

 

BOKU

W

Decision support systems

Meixner

Seminar

3

 

BOKU

W