Biosystems Engineering curricula in Europe

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Abstract

The harmonization process of the European degree study programs in Agricultural/Biosystems Engineering was started in 1989 and is still in progress.At present this process benefits from the results of two European thematic networks: USAEE-TN, whose best achievements are the core curricula to be used as benchmarks for degree study programs in Agricultural/Biosystems Engineering; ERABEE-TN, still working towards developing the results of USAEE-TN itself.Another important contribution towards the harmonization of the European curricula in Agricultural/Biosystems Engineering was achieved through the cooperation between the EU and the US, during the project of POMSEBES consortium.This paper describes the harmonization process of degree study programs in Agricultural/Biosystems Engineering in Europe.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-12
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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