About the Department

About the Department


About the Department

 

The Department of Agrology was established in 1995 by admitting students at B.A level. Later in 2001 and 2006 first groups of M.A and PhD. students started their studies respectively. As of 2016, the department of Agrology undertakes educational and research activities in the following levels and subfields with 10 faculty members (2 professors, 1 associate professor and 7 assistant professors):

1.      B.A

Agrology and Engineering

2.      M.A

Fertility and Biology Management – Soil Technology – Soil Biology and Biotechnology

Fertility and Biology Management– Soil Technology – Soil Chemistry, Fertility and Nutrition

Soil Resources Management – Soil Physics and Protection

Soil Resources Management – Soil Resources and Land Evaluation

3.      PhD.

Fertility and Biology Management – Soil Technology – Soil Chemistry and Contamination

Fertility and Biology Management – Soil Technology – Soil Biology and Biotechnology

Soil Resources Management – Soil, Environment and Land Resources

Soil Resources Management – Physics and Water, Soil and Plant Relationship