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Faculty Faculty of Agriculture (FZE)
Study programme Agriculture Specialization (N4106)
Branch of study / Specialization Biology and protection of "hobby" organisms (4106T026/41 - 2019)
Level of acquired qualification Postgraduate Master
Form of study Full-time
Standard length of study 2 years
Number of ECTS credits 120
Qualification awarded Engineer (2)
Access to further studies Doctoral study programme  
Type of completion State Final Exam
Study and Examination Code URL
Faculty coordinator for international students unspecified
Key learning outcomes The aim of the study Biology and Protection of Hobby Organisms is an academic interdisciplinary connection between the biological field, related practical (biomonitoring, animal and plant biotechnology, toxicology, useful and ornamental plants, animal nutrition) and the legislative sphere. The aim of education is to acquire competencies in the following areas: a) private breeding-breeding sphere - animal husbandry, plant cultivation, including all accompanying professional procedures, b) professional and managerial work in zoological and botanical gardens, c) business sphere, work in companies dealing with trade in plants and animals, d) specialized expert services in state institutions (Czech Environmental Inspectorate, environmental reports of regional authorities and municipalities, Ministry of the Environment, Ministry of Agriculture, police departments monitoring illegal trade in organisms, customs administration, etc.), e) work in the media sphere. The basis of the profile of the graduate of the follow-up master's study is the area of Landscaping - graduates will get deeper acquainted and acquire knowledge and skills related to landscaping design so that they are able to independently perform design activities within landscaping, including spatial and functional optimization, eco-optimization, traceability and spatial planning documentation of towns and municipalities. It also includes environmental impact assessment, solving the problem of common facilities, etc. The aim of education is to acquire additional competencies in the following areas: Here the student can choose the depth of their study according to selected subjects a) Real estate valuation - students will deepen their knowledge in the field real estate valuation and extend them to the basics of environmental economics and economics. They will get acquainted with the valuation of engineering and design activities, valuation, the activities of forensic experts and appraisers, property management. At the same time, they will be introduced to the issue of rural architecture. They will gain an overview of the economics of cities and municipalities and public investment. b) Planning and protection of agricultural landscape - students will deepen their knowledge and skills in the field of landscape creation and protection, they will get acquainted with the issue of landscape revitalization and environmental impact assessment - EIA. Last but not least, they will get acquainted with the subsidy policy in agriculture, which is the main motivating factor for the access of users (farmers) to land, water and landscape. c) Water regime of the landscape - includes knowledge of the cycle of substances in the landscape (river basin) and runoff conditions, including the transformation of flood waves and the design of flood control measures. It deals with the principles of modifications of streams and reservoirs, protection and management of water resources, including management in important areas of water accumulation and protection zones of water resources. Part of the land readjustment is also a proposal of soil protection measures, so students will be acquainted with the issues of hydrological surveys and water protection.
Specific admission requirements unspecified
Specific provisions for recognition of prior learning unspecified
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Profile of the programme academical
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Branch of study / Specialization guarantor Berec Michal, doc. Mgr. Ph.D.
Status Recommended year of study Recommended semester Course code Course title (* Final State Examination) Language of instruction Number of ECTS credits Course availability
A Compulsory 1 Winter KBD/EER Ecology and Ecophysiology of Plants Czech 7  
A Compulsory 1 Winter KBD/MKV2 Methods of analysis of quantitative data 2 Czech 6  
A Compulsory 1 Winter KBD/TRS Tropical Phytocenosis Czech 6  
A Compulsory 1 Winter KBE/542 Conservation Biology (Introduction) Czech 6  
B Compulsory option 1 Winter KZO/212 Developmental Biology Czech 5  
B Compulsory option 1 Winter KBI/KZCHO Zoology chapters on reared and negotiable invertebrates Czech 6  
B Compulsory option 1 Winter KGZB/ZB Animal Biotechnology Czech 5  
B Compulsory option 1 Winter KGZB/RB Plant Biotechnology Czech 5  
C Optional 1 Winter KBE/118 Economic Ecology Czech 3  
C Optional 1 Winter KZVE/JZD1 Riding (Part I) Czech 2  
A Compulsory 1 Summer KBD/PRODN Professional Practice Czech 4  
A Compulsory 1 Summer KBD/EEZ Ecology and Ecophysiology of Animals Czech 7  
A Compulsory 1 Summer KBD/PUON Legislation of Protection and Management of "Hobby" Organisms Czech 6  
A Compulsory 1 Summer KBD/BM Biological Monitoring Czech 5  
B Compulsory option 1 Summer KBD/EM Wetland Ecology Czech 5  
B Compulsory option 1 Summer KBD/ZEZP Foundations of Environmental Legislation Czech 5  
B Compulsory option 1 Summer KBD/OR Ornamental plants Czech 4  
B Compulsory option 1 Summer KBD/TSUR Tropical and Subtropical Crops Czech 5  
B Compulsory option 1 Summer KBD/CHBI Chronobiology Czech 5  
C Optional 1 Summer KZVE/JEZD2 Riding (Part II) Czech 5  
A Compulsory 2 Winter KBD/TRZ Toxicology of Plants and Animals Czech 5  
A Compulsory 2 Winter KBD/DPOC Determination of Products from CITES Protected Organisms Czech 7  
A Compulsory 2 Winter KBD/DS Diploma Thesis - Seminar Czech 5  
B Compulsory option 2 Winter KBD/ORNI Ornithology aimed at CITES Czech 5  
B Compulsory option 2 Winter KZVE/WLP Welfare - Legislation of EU Czech 5  
B Compulsory option 2 Winter KBO/330 Ecology and Biogeography of World Biomes Czech 6  
B Compulsory option 2 Winter KZVE/LMAKP Laboratory Methods of Feed and Food Analyses Czech 5  
B Compulsory option 2 Winter KBD/BE Bioethics II Czech 4  
B Compulsory option 2 Winter KZVE/DIPR1 Diploma Thesis 1 Czech 6  
B Compulsory option 2 Winter KAE/DIPR1 Diploma Thesis 1 Czech 6  
B Compulsory option 2 Winter KROV/DIPR1 Diploma Thesis 1 Czech 6  
B Compulsory option 2 Winter KBD/ORCHI Orchideology Czech 6  
B Compulsory option 2 Winter KAES/DIPR1 Diploma Thesis 1 Czech 6  
B Compulsory option 2 Winter KKZP/DIPR1 Diploma Thesis 1 Czech 6  
B Compulsory option 2 Winter KBD/DIPR1 Diploma Thesis 1 Czech 6  
B Compulsory option 2 Winter KGZB/DIPR1 Diploma Thesis 1 Czech 6  
C Optional 2 Winter KGZB/MM Molecular Markers Czech 6  
C Optional 2 Winter KOD/MOB International Trade Czech 6  
A Compulsory 2 Summer KGZB/BGD Biodiversity and genetic diversity Czech 5  
A Compulsory 2 Summer KBD/SZDPL State Examination: Determination of CITES Organisms Products and Legislation  (*) Czech 0  
A Compulsory 2 Summer KBD/SZESP State Examination: Special Ecology  (*) Czech 0  
B Compulsory option 2 Summer KBD/SZBRO State Examination: Botany of "hobby" Plants  (*) Czech 0  
B Compulsory option 2 Summer KROV/DIPR2 Diploma Thesis 2 Czech 10  
B Compulsory option 2 Summer KAES/DIPR2 Diploma Thesis 2 Czech 10  
B Compulsory option 2 Summer KBD/BSR Botany of succulent Plants Czech 6  
B Compulsory option 2 Summer KBD/ETNO Ethnographic Artifacts 2 Czech 5  
B Compulsory option 2 Summer KBD/SZOPD State Examination: Environmental Protection of Endangered Species  (*) Czech 0  
B Compulsory option 2 Summer KKZP/DIPR2 Diploma Thesis 2 Czech 10  
B Compulsory option 2 Summer KBD/SZBZI State Examination: Biology of "hobby" Organisms  (*) Czech 0  
B Compulsory option 2 Summer KGZB/DIPR2 Diploma Thesis 2 Czech 10  
B Compulsory option 2 Summer KZVE/DIPR2 Diploma Thesis 2 Czech 10  
B Compulsory option 2 Summer KAE/DIPR2 Diploma Thesis 2 Czech 10  
B Compulsory option 2 Summer KBD/UFP Introduction to philosophy for the naturalist Czech 5  
B Compulsory option 2 Summer KBD/DIPR2 Diploma Thesis 2 Czech 10  
B Compulsory option 2 Summer KBE/563 Selected protected areas of the world - seminar Czech 3  
C Optional 2 Summer KKM/SOPSY Sociology and Psychology Czech 4