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Field Crops
General Description
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Brief History
Field Crops Department is founded at Agricultural Vocational High school, Bursa in 1981 and, one year later education started in breeding, sowing, standardization, production, harvest and storage of the field crops (cereals, industrial plants, leguminous plants, and pulses edible legumes), range management, forage crops areas. In addition, tissue culture, physiology, molecular biology, cytology, medicinal and aromatic plants laboratories are used for education and scientific researches.
It has got 13 lecturers. The education had carried out in 1985-95 at Tezok campus, then moved into Gorukle Campus. Besides undergraduate education in the department, graduate education (MS or PhD) is also instructed. In the Agricultural Research area and experimental station at Gorukle campus, varying species and cultivars of field crops (cereals, industrial crops, leguminous, forage crops etc.) are produced for Research and Development. There are two disciplines in the department. These are; Growing and Breeding of Field Crops, Forage Crops and range management.
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Qualification Awarded
Field Crops Doctorate Program is at least seven courses, not less than 24 credits (180 ECTS) hours and not more than 30 credits (240 ECTS) hours, one seminar, qualification exam, thesis proposal, thesis study and one of the international indexed journals. SCI-exp related to the published thesis topic or the department / discipline. The printed full text consists of an original article. When the programs are completed successfully and the program qualifications are achieved, a Doctorate degree in the field of Field Crops is obtained.
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Level of Qualification
Third Cycle
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Specific Admission Requirements
Master school certificate is required. Application to the PD program with master certificate depends on conformity condition of PHD. Candidates’ must have science base ALES score determined by Uludag University Senate. Students must have UDS, TOEFL, TOEFL or equivalent examinations accepted by YOK whose minimum score determined by Senate in languages of English, German, French, Italian, Russian and Arabic, for foreign students in English, German, French languages. UU Senate decides the Equivalence of other foreign language documents. For foreign candidates, Tomer candidates Turkish competency given by TOMER and ALES exam results or GRE, GMAT and other exams which are by YOK in international level.
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Specific arrangements for the recognition of prior learning
The provisions in “Regulation on Transfer among Associate and Undergraduate Degree Programs, Double Major, and Subspecialty and the Principals of Credit Transfer among Institutions in Higher Education Institutions” are applied.
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Qualification Requirements and Regulations
TIn order to obtain a doctorate degree, at least seven courses, one seminar during the course, proficiency exam, thesis proposal, thesis study, not less than 24 credit (180 ECTS) hours and not more than 30 credit (240 ECTS) hours, SCI or Publishing an original full-text article about the thesis subject or department / science in one of the journals included in SCI-exp indexes, obtaining a letter grade of at least CB or above in all courses taken
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Profile of The Programme
Objectives and Targets of Master of Science and/or Doctor of Philosophy:
Targets; To have knowledges at subjects growing, breeding and biotechnology of field crops, to solve problems of farmer, to prepare projects for the solutions of agricultural problems at international standards, to improve the detail knowledge on Field Crops, Agricultural Engineering,to gain the ability of determining and describing agricultural problems, to improve and analyse the collected data, to create projects for rapid and direct identification and solutions of regional and nationwide agricultural problems, to develop and apply the researches at national and international levels, to equip a persons with self-confidence, entrepreneurial property and rationalist decision making.
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Key Learning Outcomes & Classified & Comparative
1. Recognizes field crops (Cereals, industrial crops, edible and leguminous crops, pulses, edible legumes, range management, forage crops), grows, markets, stores, and develops new varieties according to social needs.
2. Defines the problems encountered during storage and marketing of field crops, analyzes, develops solutions based on researches and evidence.
3. Takes into account environmental, technical, technological and economic aspects during the solution of problems encountered at any organization active in relation to Field Crops.
4. Plans, designs, implements and controls projects on issues related to the field of horticultural enterprises carrying out agricultural activities
5. Learns new information related to Field Crops, evaluates the reliability, timeliness, and accuracy of the information obtained.
6. Use information and communication technologies in conjunction with computer software at advanced level in the area of Field Crops.
7. Examines the events and facts using the information gained in the field of theoretical and applied scientific methods and techniques in the area of Field Crops.
8. Communicates with other parts of society at professional level in writing and verbal, transfers information to stakeholders.
9. Develops positive attitudes toward lifelong learning with the knowledge and skills acquired in the field of Field Crops.
10. Adopts the Agricultural Engineering profession, understands the effects of profession at societal context, and gets conscious about professional ethical obligations.
SKILLS Cognitive - Practical
  • Use information and communication technologies in conjunction with computer software at advanced level in the area of Field Crops.
  • Defines the problems encountered during storage and marketing of field crops, analyzes, develops solutions based on researches and evidence.
  • Recognizes field crops (Cereals, industrial crops, edible and leguminous crops, pulses, edible legumes, range management, forage crops), grows, markets, stores, and develops new varieties according to social needs.
  • Communicates with other parts of society at professional level in writing and verbal, transfers information to stakeholders.
  • Takes into account environmental, technical, technological and economic aspects during the solution of problems encountered at any organization active in relation to Field Crops.
  • Examines the events and facts using the information gained in the field of theoretical and applied scientific methods and techniques in the area of Field Crops.
  • Plans, designs, implements and controls projects on issues related to the field of horticultural enterprises carrying out agricultural activities
  • Learns new information related to Field Crops, evaluates the reliability, timeliness, and accuracy of the information obtained.
  • Develops positive attitudes toward lifelong learning with the knowledge and skills acquired in the field of Field Crops.
  • Adopts the Agricultural Engineering profession, understands the effects of profession at societal context, and gets conscious about professional ethical obligations.
KNOWLEDGE Theoretical - Conceptual
  • Plans, designs, implements and controls projects on issues related to the field of horticultural enterprises carrying out agricultural activities
  • Learns new information related to Field Crops, evaluates the reliability, timeliness, and accuracy of the information obtained.
  • Use information and communication technologies in conjunction with computer software at advanced level in the area of Field Crops.
  • Communicates with other parts of society at professional level in writing and verbal, transfers information to stakeholders.
  • Examines the events and facts using the information gained in the field of theoretical and applied scientific methods and techniques in the area of Field Crops.
  • Develops positive attitudes toward lifelong learning with the knowledge and skills acquired in the field of Field Crops.
  • Adopts the Agricultural Engineering profession, understands the effects of profession at societal context, and gets conscious about professional ethical obligations.
  • Takes into account environmental, technical, technological and economic aspects during the solution of problems encountered at any organization active in relation to Field Crops.
  • Defines the problems encountered during storage and marketing of field crops, analyzes, develops solutions based on researches and evidence.
  • Recognizes field crops (Cereals, industrial crops, edible and leguminous crops, pulses, edible legumes, range management, forage crops), grows, markets, stores, and develops new varieties according to social needs.
COMPETENCES Field Specific Competence
  • Develops positive attitudes toward lifelong learning with the knowledge and skills acquired in the field of Field Crops.
  • Recognizes field crops (Cereals, industrial crops, edible and leguminous crops, pulses, edible legumes, range management, forage crops), grows, markets, stores, and develops new varieties according to social needs.
  • Examines the events and facts using the information gained in the field of theoretical and applied scientific methods and techniques in the area of Field Crops.
  • Use information and communication technologies in conjunction with computer software at advanced level in the area of Field Crops.
  • Takes into account environmental, technical, technological and economic aspects during the solution of problems encountered at any organization active in relation to Field Crops.
  • Learns new information related to Field Crops, evaluates the reliability, timeliness, and accuracy of the information obtained.
  • Adopts the Agricultural Engineering profession, understands the effects of profession at societal context, and gets conscious about professional ethical obligations.
  • Defines the problems encountered during storage and marketing of field crops, analyzes, develops solutions based on researches and evidence.
  • Plans, designs, implements and controls projects on issues related to the field of horticultural enterprises carrying out agricultural activities
  • Communicates with other parts of society at professional level in writing and verbal, transfers information to stakeholders.
COMPETENCES Competence to Work Independently and Take Responsibility
  • Use information and communication technologies in conjunction with computer software at advanced level in the area of Field Crops.
  • Takes into account environmental, technical, technological and economic aspects during the solution of problems encountered at any organization active in relation to Field Crops.
  • Defines the problems encountered during storage and marketing of field crops, analyzes, develops solutions based on researches and evidence.
  • Communicates with other parts of society at professional level in writing and verbal, transfers information to stakeholders.
  • Adopts the Agricultural Engineering profession, understands the effects of profession at societal context, and gets conscious about professional ethical obligations.
  • Plans, designs, implements and controls projects on issues related to the field of horticultural enterprises carrying out agricultural activities
  • Learns new information related to Field Crops, evaluates the reliability, timeliness, and accuracy of the information obtained.
  • Recognizes field crops (Cereals, industrial crops, edible and leguminous crops, pulses, edible legumes, range management, forage crops), grows, markets, stores, and develops new varieties according to social needs.
  • Examines the events and facts using the information gained in the field of theoretical and applied scientific methods and techniques in the area of Field Crops.
  • Develops positive attitudes toward lifelong learning with the knowledge and skills acquired in the field of Field Crops.
COMPETENCES Communication and Social Competence
  • Plans, designs, implements and controls projects on issues related to the field of horticultural enterprises carrying out agricultural activities
  • Learns new information related to Field Crops, evaluates the reliability, timeliness, and accuracy of the information obtained.
  • Examines the events and facts using the information gained in the field of theoretical and applied scientific methods and techniques in the area of Field Crops.
  • Develops positive attitudes toward lifelong learning with the knowledge and skills acquired in the field of Field Crops.
  • Defines the problems encountered during storage and marketing of field crops, analyzes, develops solutions based on researches and evidence.
  • Use information and communication technologies in conjunction with computer software at advanced level in the area of Field Crops.
  • Communicates with other parts of society at professional level in writing and verbal, transfers information to stakeholders.
  • Takes into account environmental, technical, technological and economic aspects during the solution of problems encountered at any organization active in relation to Field Crops.
  • Recognizes field crops (Cereals, industrial crops, edible and leguminous crops, pulses, edible legumes, range management, forage crops), grows, markets, stores, and develops new varieties according to social needs.
  • Adopts the Agricultural Engineering profession, understands the effects of profession at societal context, and gets conscious about professional ethical obligations.
COMPETENCES Learning Competence
  • Examines the events and facts using the information gained in the field of theoretical and applied scientific methods and techniques in the area of Field Crops.
  • Develops positive attitudes toward lifelong learning with the knowledge and skills acquired in the field of Field Crops.
  • Plans, designs, implements and controls projects on issues related to the field of horticultural enterprises carrying out agricultural activities
  • Learns new information related to Field Crops, evaluates the reliability, timeliness, and accuracy of the information obtained.
  • Adopts the Agricultural Engineering profession, understands the effects of profession at societal context, and gets conscious about professional ethical obligations.
  • Defines the problems encountered during storage and marketing of field crops, analyzes, develops solutions based on researches and evidence.
  • Communicates with other parts of society at professional level in writing and verbal, transfers information to stakeholders.
  • Recognizes field crops (Cereals, industrial crops, edible and leguminous crops, pulses, edible legumes, range management, forage crops), grows, markets, stores, and develops new varieties according to social needs.
  • Use information and communication technologies in conjunction with computer software at advanced level in the area of Field Crops.
  • Takes into account environmental, technical, technological and economic aspects during the solution of problems encountered at any organization active in relation to Field Crops.
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Occupational Profiles of Graduates With Examples
Special facilities related to breeding field crops,Special facilities related to field crops growing, seed production and nurseries,Public institutions and organizations connected to Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock, Environmental and Urban Development, Culture and Tourism, Environment and Forestry,Development of municipalities, science works, science works, parks and gardens departments of municipalities.
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Access to Further Studies
Graduates who successfully completed doctorate degree may apply to both in the same or related disciplines in higher education institutions at home or abroad to get a position in academic staff or to governmental R&D centers to get expert position.
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Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading
Each student is required to register at the beginning of the semester and attend at least 70% of the in class 80% of practices or laboratory of the registered courses to be able to take final exam. The graduate program students throughout their education a total of 21-24 credits (60 ECTS) is not less than a minimum of seven courses, a seminar and thesis work must succeed. The students of Field Crops Program who meet the relevant requirements are awarded an Ph.D degree. The course concerned in this note is to be successful, must be at least 75 out of 100. Student who gets any of AA, BA, BB or CB grades passes the course.
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Graduation Requirements
Students must successfully pass all compulsory and elective courses on the program (equivalent to a total of 18-240 ECTS) mention about “Qualification Requirements and Regulations”. And who have successfully completed all courses in the curriculum will be given The Doctorate Degree in Field Crops Program.
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Mode of Study
Full-Time
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Address and Contact Details
Anabilim Dalı Başkanı
Prof. Dr. A. Tanju GÖKSOY
Adres : Bursa Uludağ Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi Tarla Bitkileri Bölümü Görükle/BURSA
e-mail: agoksoy@uludag.edu.tr
Telefon : 0 224 2941515
Bologna Koordinatörü
Doç. Dr. Esra AYDOĞAN ÇİFCİ
Adres : Bursa Uludağ Üniversitesi Ziraat Fakültesi Tarla Bitkileri Bölümü Görükle/BURSA
e-mail: esra@uludag.edu.tr
Telefon : 0 224 2941526
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Facilities
LECTURERS OF THE DEPARTMENT
Head of Department :
Prof. Dr. A. Tanju GÖKSOY
Head of Assistants:
Prof. Dr. Mehmet SİNCİK
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Oya KAÇAR
Prof. Dr. A. Tanju GÖKSOY
e-mail: agoksoy@uludag.edu.tr
2941515
Prof. Dr. İlhan TURGUT
e-mail:iturgut@uludag.edu.tr
2941516
Prof. Dr. Köksal YAĞDI
e-mail:kyagdi@uludag.edu.tr
2941517
Prof. Dr. Nazan DAĞÜSTÜ
e-mail:ndagustu@uludag.edu.tr
2941518
Prof. Dr. Uğur BİLGİLİ
e-mail:ubilgili@uludag.edu.tr
2941519
Prof. Dr. Ayşen UZUN
e-mail:uzunay@uludag.edu.tr
2941520
Prof. Dr. Mehmet SİNCİK
e-mail:sincik@uludag.edu.tr
2941522
Prof. Dr. Abdullah KARASU
e-mail:akarasu@uludag.edu.tr
2941514
Prof. Dr. Birol TAŞ
e-mail:biroltas@uludag.edu.tr
2941513
Prof. Dr. Emine BUDAKLI ÇARPICI
e-mail:ebudakli@uludag.edu.tr
2941524
Prof. Dr. Murat ERMAN
e-mail: muraterman@uludag.edu.tr
2941468
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Oya KAÇAR
e-mail:okacar@uludag.edu.tr
2941523
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Esra AYDOĞAN ÇİFCİ
e-mail:esra@uludag.edu.tr
2941526
Res. Assist.P. Ceren Özer
e-mail:cerenbastas@uludag.edu.tr
2941467
SECRETARY OF DEPARTMENT
Gülşah KILIÇ
e-mail:tarlabitkileri@uludag.edu.tr
2941510
Education: In this department, breeding, seed sowing, standardization, production, harvest and storage of the field crops (cereals, industrial plants, leguminous plants, pulses edible legumes), range management, forage crops are mainly taught. The faculty, the education period of whose is 4 years, aims to train engineers of agriculture in the branch of study in growing and improving crops.
Physical Areas: The Department has fields and glass house for field research studies both undergraduate and graduate students. Tissue culture, physiology, molecular biology, cytology, medicinal and aromatic plants laboratories are used for scientific researches and plant analysis.
International Relations: There are relations between Agricultural Faculty of Uludağ and Israel, Germany and Bulgaria.
Communication with Society: It is given different knowledge to private farmers by a special effort of the department lecturers; meeting with the farmers at their villages, inform the community via media
1. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
TAB6181 ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHD THESIS I Compulsory 4 0 0 5
TAB6191 THESIS CONSULTING I Compulsory 0 1 0 1
Click to choose optional courses. 24
Total 30
2. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
FEN6002 TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER, R-D AND INNOVATION Compulsory 2 0 0 2
TAB6172 SEMINAR Compulsory 0 2 0 4
TAB6182 ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHD THESIS II Compulsory 4 0 0 5
TAB6192 THESIS CONSULTING II Compulsory 0 1 0 1
Click to choose optional courses. 18
Total 30
3. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
TAB6183 ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHD THESIS III Compulsory 4 0 0 5
TAB6193 THESIS CONSULTING III Compulsory 0 1 0 15
YET6177 PHD PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION Compulsory 0 0 0 10
Total 30
4. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
TAB6184 ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHD THESIS IV Compulsory 4 0 0 5
TAB6194 THESIS CONSULTANTS IV Compulsory 0 1 0 25
Total 30
5. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
TAB6185 ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHD THESIS V Compulsory 4 0 0 5
TAB6195 THESIS CONSULTING V Compulsory 0 1 0 25
Total 30
6. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
TAB6186 ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHD THESIS VI Compulsory 4 0 0 5
TAB6196 THESIS CONSULTING VI Compulsory 0 1 0 25
Total 30
7. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
TAB6187 PHD SPECIALISED FIELD COURSE VII Compulsory 4 0 0 5
TAB6197 THESIS CONSULTING VII Compulsory 0 1 0 25
Total 30
8. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
TAB6188 PHD SPECIALISED FIELD COURSE VIII Compulsory 4 0 0 5
TAB6198 THESIS CONSULTING VIII Compulsory 0 1 0 25
Total 30
1. Semester Optional Courses
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
TAB6003 ADVANCED CROP PRODUCTION Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6005 RESISTANCE BREEDING IN FIELD CROPS Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6007 TURFGRASS PHYSIOLOGY Optional 2 2 0 6
TAB6009 USING PLANT TISSUE CULTURE METHODS IN PLANT BREEDING Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6011 SECONDARY METABOLITS AT MEDICINAL AND AROMATIC PLANTS Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6013 PRODUCTION PROBLEMS IN FIELD CROPS Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6015 ADVANCED PROD. TECH. OF INDUST. CROPS Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6017 CEREAL ANALYSIS Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6019 POISONOUS PLANTS IN MEADOW-RANGELANDS AND POISONING MECHANISMS Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6021 RESEARCH METHODS Optional 3 0 0 6
2. Semester Optional Courses
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
TAB6002 PRINCIPLES OF HERBAGE SEED PRODUCTION Optional 2 2 0 6
TAB6004 HYBRID SEED PRODUCTION IN OPEN POLLUNATED CROPS Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6006 MUTATION BREEDING Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6008 REGRESSION ANALYSIS Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6012 BIOTECHNOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS AT PLANT PRODUCTION Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6014 SPECIAL GROWING AND BREEDING OF ENERGY CROPS Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6016 CULTIVATION OF AROMATIC PLANTS Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6018 SEED LEGISLATION Optional 3 0 0 6
TAB6020 BIODIVERSITY IN FIELD CROPS Optional 3 0 0 6
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