Agricultural Biosciences (Master of Science)

Master student in a laboratory experiment with a corn plant

How can we secure the world's food supply? How can we preserve natural resources and mitigate the effects of climate change? By studying Agricultural Biosciences at the TUM School of Life Sciences, you will become an expert with a set of skills needed to address these and other important challenges of our time.

This international Master’s program offers courses in biological disciplines relevant for an efficient and environmentally friendly production of agricultural and horticultural crops and livestock. It integrates molecular, biochemical, physiological, genetic and genomic knowledge and quantitative and computational approaches in a unique, interdisciplinary agricultural science program. Upon graduating, you will be a specialist in biological research and data science. You will be well versed in a comprehensive range of methods that enables you to address and implement key innovations in agricultural biosciences. Are you interested in enhancing your knowledge and skills for a future in the fast-evolving field of agricultural sciences?

Get to know the Master's program in a webinar!

In our webinar recording you can learn more about the English-language Master's program: from the content, goals and job perspectives of the program to the application modalities. Students give you a lively insight into the program and campus life. 

Studying Agricultural Biosciences successfully: What can you expect?


Agricultural Biosciences – What makes this international master's program so unique?

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