Get a Bachelor, Master degree or PhD at Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences.
Scientists at the department teaches at many of the educations offered by Faculty of Science.
BSc programmes in Danish
Biology-BiotechnologyThe program gives you fundamental knowledge of microorganisms, plants and animals and how they can be used as model and production organisms as well as a biotechnological toolbox.
Natural ResourcesNatural Resources is a programme in the intersection between natural science and social science where you focus on how you work with – and in the nature in the best possible way.
Animal ScienceDuring the Animal Science studies you learn to understand animal behavior and needs, and you learn how to improve animal welfare, both nationally and internationally.
MSc programmes in English
AgricultureAs a graduate from the MSc programme in Agriculture, you will help shape the future use of plants for the benefit of humans by improving the plants, designing sustainable systems for production and managing the effects on nature, biodiversity and the environment.
Biology-BiotechnologyAs an MSc student of Biology-Biotechnology, you will apply living organisms, biological production systems and processes to find innovative and sustainable solutions.
Environmental Science (formerly Environmental Chemistry and Health)As a graduate from the MSc programme in Environmental Science, you will have insight into the potential toxicity of these chemicals for humans and the environment.
Water and EnvironmentThe MSc programme in Water and Environment enables you to work professionally with the sustainable use and management of the world's freshwater resources. The programme takes place in China in the House of the Danish Industry Foundation located at the Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences in Huairou District, near Beijing.
PhD student at Department of Plant and Environmental Science
The Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research (SDC) is a joint collaboration on education and research between the eight Danish universities, the Danish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education, the University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS) and the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). The overall aim of SDC is to promote and strengthen collaboration between Danish and Chinese research and learning environments for the benefit of both countries. SDC offers a range of unique double master’s degree programmes within natural and social sciences.