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THE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES AND VETERINARY MEDICINE
The University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj Napoca is a modern institution, which through its achievements along the decades, obtained an outstanding reputation both at national and international level.
UASVM is one of the oldest and greatest academic institutions in Romania. At present, there are four faculties, each of them providing long and short-term academic studies, Master and PhD studies.

 The University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj Napoca is the successor of the prestigious high school of agriculture of Cluj, founded more than 130 years ago, in October 1869, under the name of Institute of Agronomic Studies, Cluj-Manastur. In 1906, the Institute reached the level of Academy, becoming the Academy of Agriculture, Cluj. The history of the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj Napoca began in October 1869 when, on the former domain of Manastur, was founded one of the oldest higher schools specialized in agriculture in Europe.

The University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj Napoca is the successor of the prestigious High School of Agriculture, Cluj, founded more than 130 years ago, in October 1869, under the name of Institute of Agronomic Studies, Cluj-Manastur. In 1906, the Institute reached the level of academy, becoming the Academy of Agriculture, Cluj. The history of the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj Napoca began in October 1869 when, on the former domain of Manastur, was founded one of the oldest higher schools specialized in agriculture in Europe.
Upon its foundation, the High School of Agriculture, Cluj was called the Institute of Agronomic Studies, Cluj-Manastur”, being located within the premises of a former convent. In 1906, the Institute reached the level of academy, becoming the Academy of Agriculture, Cluj.
For almost 50 years from its foundation, until the end of the second decade of the last century, the Agronomic School of Cluj was made up of one department – agriculture – with a three-year duration of studies. The Academy of Agriculture, Cluj continued its activity under this form of organization, until the beginning of World War I.
The creation of the united national state in 1918 marked the beginning of a new stage in the evolution of the Agronomic School of Cluj. Since then, it developed continuously, due to the efforts and competence of many generations of teachers and students, succeeding in the agronomic education of Cluj at that time.
Starting with 1921, the agronomic academic education in our country became of four years of study, out of which three of theoretical studies, and a fourth year of internship in state- owned or private farms. Since 1922, the graduates received the degree of “agronomic engineer”.
In 1929, following the reorganization and modernization of the higher agronomic education, the Agronomic School of Cluj became the Academy of High Agronomic Studies, Cluj. The duration of study was set at that time to five years,  and was made up of two cycles: "general education" (core subjects), with a three and a half year- duration, and "specialized education" extending over one and a half years. Through these studies, the Academy formed both agronomic engineers and researchers in various branches of agricultural sciences.
Following the Vienna Dictate, between 1940-1945, the Academy of Agriculture, Cluj (faculty, students, and part of its inventory) took refuge in Timisoara, where they carried out their activity as the Faculty of Agronomy, Cluj - Timisoara. In 1945, the Faculty of Agronomy returned to Cluj.
Since 1948, it functioned as the Agronomic Institute, Cluj, initially with one Faculty of Agriculture. In 1959, the Faculty of Zootechny was founded.
As concerns the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, it was founded in the year 1962. In 1968, the Faculty of Zootechny was founded within the Institute.
During 1970 – 1975, the Department of Agriculture Economics became part of the Faculty of Agriculture. In 1977, the Department of Horticulture was founded, becoming, together with the Department of Agriculture, the Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture.
During 1978-1987, the Agronomic Institute, Cluj had two faculties: the Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture, and the Faculty of Zootechny and Veterinary Medicine. The two faculties toghether constituted the Faculty of Agronomy.
The formation of specialists in the Agronomic Institute, Cluj was done in accordance to the good traditions of these agronomic schools. Once with the development of the institution, with the diversification of the educational process, and the development of the material basis, the scientific research of the institute underwent a continuous diversification and improvement. Together with the research in the field of plant growing, zootechny, and agriculture economics, the research in horticulture and veterinary medicine also developed.
In 1990, the University was reorganized into four faculties (Agriculture, Horticulture, Zootechny, and Veterinary Medicine), and later new specializations were created in long term education, at college level, as well as in specialized studies, and master courses. In 1991, the Institution was named University of Agricultural Sciences.
Since 1995, as a result of the diversification of profiles and specializations, and the modernization of agricultural education in Cluj, the institution became the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj Napoca.
In 2000, the University founded the Center for Continuous Improvement and Long Distance Learning, organizing long distance learning based on the curricula in the existing specializations, and the Department for Training of the Faculty, offering students the possibility to follow didactic and pedagogical training courses, and in the base of the diploma received, the chance to activate as members of the faculty in pre-universitary and academic education.
The quality of the academic education, the national, as well as worldwide prestige and fame of its faculty, the technical and material basis appropriate for the education of students at a high scientific level, the good formation, and the professionalism of the graduates of this prestigious educational institution, and of the academic education in agronomy and veterinary medicine attract each year an important number of both domestic and international applicants.
The prestige of the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine is a match to the city itself, Cluj Napoca being a famous academic center, with old academic traditions, an elevated spiritual and cultural life, but also tumultuous and attractive for any student. The possibilities for student education in the academic center of Cluj Napoca are diverse; the studentship years passed in this famous city of Romanian culture stay vivid in the memory of all those who graduate in Cluj, leaving its mark on their ideals and way of living.
In the context of the complex academic life of Cluj, of the tradition and reputation of the academic education in Cluj Napoca, the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine occupies a particular place, conferred by the rich history of this institution in agricultural academic education, but also by the exceptional results obtained in this domain by the University ‘s professors, researchers, students and graduates.
The exceptional basis for the students’ theoretical and practical formation, the theaters, laboratories and lecture halls, sports grounds, library supplied with all the modern facilities for student information, Internet access, the Experimental Training Station, the conditions for adequate accommodation and meals, represent solid arguments in favor of choosing our university by the applicants.
In the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj Napoca, the transferable credits system is applied to all education forms, which provides the students with opportunities for larger mobility among the fields of study followed domestically and internationally. In this respect, each year, 50-70 students have the chance to spend a semester in partner universities of Europe and USA, through Socrates, CEPUS, and USIA programs.
As a result of the good collaboration with European academic and agricultural structures, each year the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj Napoca also organizes student internships in Germany, England, Portugal, Spain, France, Switzerland.
The UASVM students enjoy the possibility to take part in the University’s scientific research projects, prepare the thesis, or work as partners for different national or international contracts. This year, 80 research programs are under development, financed by CNCSIS, ANSTI, ASAS, the World Bank, INCO Copernicus, NATO, and amounting to more than 2,000,000,000,000 ROL and 380,000 USD. Each year, the students present scientific papers in communication sessions; the most prestigious papers are granted awards and promoted for the national and international students’ scientific events.
Among the possibilities and the facilities offered to our students, we can mention those referring to computer knowledge and use, study of foreign languages, scholarships and specialization and documentation stages abroad, obtenance of the driving license, performance of sporting activities, and participation in different sporting, cultural and artistic activities, contests, and competitions, etc. In addition, it is worth mentioning the comforting ambience in the location of our university center, the lanes crossing the green areas that form a real park, where the students have optimal conditions for recreation, relaxation and study.
As a result of professional and life achievements the majority of our graduates have, we can appreciate that the choice of a specialization from the wide array offered by the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj Napoca would be an excellent decision, which should lead to bright results in the professional formation and ensure the success in the young graduates’ life.
AGRICULTURE
The Faculty of Agriculture was founded in October 1869, its activity and history representing the basis of the institution’s later development, with all the composing structures. From the history of the institution, and implicitly of the faculty, the following elements can be remarked:
Between 1869-1906, the study duration was of three years. The academic year began on October 1, and ended in July, being divided into two semesters, winter and summer. The education program was broad, combining diverse curricula, which was to be found later in the teaching syllabi of the future departments and faculties. In the first year of education, practical work were done, the students, under the coordination of the farm’s administrator being given the task of organizing, managing and performing agricultural activities. The practical aspect of the education was dominant, the theoretical part being reduced to one day per week (Saturday), when discussion sessions were held about the practical work done over the previous week. In the 2nd year, the subjects taught covered the curricula of agro-geology, agricultural botany, general and special phyto-techniques, pastures culture, horticulture, zoology, anatomy and animal physiology, general zootechny, fish farming and aviculture, theoretical geometry, topography and real estate improvements, energetics and agricultural machinery. In the 3rd year the study, curricula were the following: bovines and swine, ovine and equine, animal hygiene, epidemiology, forestry, agricultural technology and winery, drawing, agricultural constructions, national economy, trade economy, agrarian statistics, accounting and agricultural evidence, agrarian jurisdiction. The graduates of the faculty obtained the degree of Certified Agronomist. In this period the number of students varied, oscillating between the extremes of 40 (1869-1870) and 150 (1903-1904), and the number of graduates between 14 (1899-1900) and 38 (1886-1887).
Due to the concrete results in the formation of prestige specialists, the increasing role of the institute in the agricultural life of Transylvania, and the heightening of the institution’s prestige and professional level, in 1906, the Institute of Agronomic Education Cluj-Manastur became the Academy of Agriculture. The duration of studies continued to be of three years and the graduates still received the degree of Certified Agronomist. The education syllabus and especially its content and the material base determined the interruption of the institution’s activity during World War I.
The resumption of activity took part in the academic year 1918-1919 when 125 students were enrolled.
Starting from the academic year 1921-1922, the duration of studies extended to 4 years, of which the first three were assigned to theoretical education, and the fourth to internship in private and state farms. The reorganization also occurred in a new, more rational succession of the curricula, more numerous than in the former period. The education domain continued to be very wide. Thus, in the 1st year, fundamental curricula were taught, such as mathematics, general chemistry, physics and meteorology, geology, mineralogy, general botany, zoology, anatomy and animal physiology, agro-ecology and agrology. In the 2nd year, the curricula covered mathematics, agricultural chemistry, systematic botany and phyto-pathology, general and special zootechny, small animals zootechnical techniques, horticulture, phyto-techniques, winery. In the 3rd year, the curricula covered: agricultural plant amelioration, agricultural machinery and rural constructions, political economy and agrarian politics, rural economy and agricultural estimating, agricultural technology, topography and real estate improvements, forestry, agricultural accounting, law and agricultural legislation. Until the academic year 1928-1929, the number of students remained relatively small, due to the significant after-war economic difficulties, the minimal number, 59, being recorded in the academic year 1924-1925.
A turning point in the history of the faculty was the year 1929 with the passing of the law for the founding of the Academies of High Agronomic Studies, drafted and supported by the professor Mihai Serban. The law stipulated the following issues: the adoption of the modern syllabus with the duration of 5 years, granting university autonomy and budget autonomy, the equalizing of diplomas with those obtained in other countries, the specialization and the internship for students, the right to award the PhD title, the founding of the Professors’ Council and the Senate of Higher Agricultural Education, providing  the Academies of Bucharest and Cluj with large experimental and didactical farms, with important budget funds, and appropriate equipment and personnel.
The graduate’s domain of study still remained broad, but there appeared the first premises of some specializations. The 5 year-education cycle was separated into two cycles: the general education with a duration of three and a half years, and the specialization course with the duration of one and a half years. In the second cycle, there were courses for a half year specialization internship with application in the following departments: agro-phyto-techniques, zootechny, winery and horticulture technology, social agronomy and rural genius. The graduate had to draft a paper with the experimental data from one of the subject matters studied within the respective department and to sit a specialization exam held in front of a board. After passing the exam, the graduate received the degree of Agronomic Engineer.
Starting from the academic year 1928-1929, the number of students extended once again to over 100, with a maximum of 329 in the academic year 1933-1934, then it dropped to 210 in the 1941-1942 academic year. Between 1940-1945, due to the historical events related to World War II, the Agronomy School, Cluj developed its activity (as a refugee) in Timisoara.
After returning from exile (1945) until 1948, the studies were held according to the old syllabi. Yet the duration of studies became of 5 years again. The syllabi were modified towards the development of the issues regarding chemical treatment and mechanization and the introduction of several political-ideological subjects in this domain. Structural changes appeared: the two cycles of study disappeared, the Faculty of Agriculture in Hungarian as a teaching language was founded, (1948-1949). A Department of Zootechny was created in the faculty (1962).
In 1977, the duration of the courses was reduced again to 4 years, the department of Horticulture was created (1977), then administrative merging took place. Thus, in the academic year 1989-1990, only one faculty with four departments was functional: Agriculture, Horticulture, Zootechny and Veterinary Medicine.
In 1990, the 4 departments became independent faculties again. The Faculty of Agriculture returned to the five-year syllabus and has been functioning in the actual structure since 1990. The dramatic changes that occurred in agriculture, especially regarding the form of property, had an unfavorable effect on the market of agronomic engineers. Thus, the attendance number, between 1990-2000, at the Faculty of Agriculture, oscillates around the value of 50 students/year of study. With the vocation of academic construction, demonstrated along the time, by the foundation of the faculties of Veterinary Medicine, Zootechny and Horticulture, the university and the faculty’s management in this period diversified the array of specializations and created new specializations: Agricultural Product Technology and Agro-Mountain Science in the year 1992. The specialization Agricultural Product Technologybenefited, from the very beginning, of an important flow of students, while the Agro-Mountain Science, received, all throughout this period, a satisfactory number of applicants. For the Agricultural Product Technology, specific laboratories were arranged in the building of the Faculty of Agriculture which used to belong to ICAR, the Quality Control of Animal Origin Products, the Quality Control of Vegetal Origin Products, the Technology of Dairy Produce, the Technology of Meat, the Technology of Wheat Products, the Technology of Oil and Sugar Products, Fermentative Technologies, Laboratory for the additives, etc.
Wanting to fill in gap in the formation of teachers of Biology and Agricultural Sciences for the rural areas, agricultural high schools, or biologists for agriculture, in 1999, in the Faculty of Agriculture a new specialization- Biology in Agricultural Sciences- was created, which produced its first graduates in 2003. In this period, the specialization is in process of consolidation.
Since, in recent years in Europe and not only, issues related to protection of environment took proportions, in 2001, the specialization Engineering and Environmental Protection started to function.
Due to the raise in the standard of food product quality, in 2002, the specialization Control and Expertise of Food Products was created. The same year, the specialization Soil Science, and The College of Plant Protection started to function.
It is worth mentioning that, between 1990-2000, there were also founded specializations of further studies and master studies, corresponding to accredited specializations, with a duration of studies of three semesters.
This period of deep transformation required a permanent adaptation of the academic curricula to the newly created realities, and the perspective of adhesion to the European Community. Thus, the faculty and the students have been included in programs of the European Union, targeting academic components such as: TEMPUS, SOCRATES-ERASMUS, LEONARDO DA VINCI, CEEPUS, etc.
The Faculty of Agriculture has a long tradition. It became a center of education, education and research representative for our country, the specialists formed here being appreciated as agronomists and good citizens, wherever they performed their activity. The future of the faculty is related to the adoption of the European curricula for agronomic education, to maintaining the high standard of the education process, of adjusting to the requests of modern agriculture.
THE STRUCTURE OF THE FACULTY
Long term education
Specializations:
• AGRICULTURE: Duration of studies: 5 years - full-time courses   . Degree of certified engineer
• MOUNTAIN SCIENCE: Duration of studies: 5 years - full-time courses   . Degree of certified engineer
• AGRICULTURAL PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY: Duration of studies: 5 years - full-time courses   . Degree of certified engineer
• BIOLOGY - AGRICULTURE: Duration of studies: 4 years - full-time courses   . Graduate in biology and agricultural sciences.
• ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: Duration of studies 5 years - full-time courses   . Degree of certified engineer
• SOIL SCIENCE: Duration of studies 5 years - full-time courses   . Degree of certified engineer.
• CONTROL AND EXPERTISE OF FOOD PRODUCTS: Duration of studies 5 years - full-time courses   . Degree of certified engineer
Short term education
Specializations:
• PLANT PROTECTION: Duration of studies: 3 years - full-time courses   . Degree of college engineer.
Master’s programs
Specializations:
• TERRITORY ORGANIZATION, LAND CIRCULATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
• PLANT MELIORATION AND SEED QUALITY CONTROL: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
• AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AND AGRO-TOURISM IN THE MOUNTAIN REGIONS: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
• BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY OF PLANT EXTRACTION: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
• FOOD QUALITY MANAGEMENT: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
• TECHNOLOGY OF PROTECTION PRODUCTS: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
• PLANT PROTECTION: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
• EXPLOITATION OF AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
PhD
Specializations:
• AGRO-TECHNIQUES: PhD in Agronomy
• PHYTO-TECHNIQUES: PhD in Agronomy
• PLANT PROTECTION: PhD in Agronomy
• PEDIOLOGY: PhD in Agronomy
• GENETICS AND PLANT MELIORATION: PhD in Agronomy
• FODDER PRODUCTION AND PRESERVATION: PhD in Agronomy
• AGRO-CHEMISTRY: PhD in Agronomy
HORTICULTURE
The beginnings of the horticulture higher education in Cluj go back to the founding of the Institute of Agriculture in 1869, since the basic formation of agronomists also involved their specialization in the horticulture area. Thus, until 1977, the horticulture higher education in Cluj manifested the same evolution as the agronomic one, being an integrated part of it.
Between 1948-1952, the syllabi of the Faculty of Agronomy stipulated the teaching along two semesters, as distinct subjects: Vegetable Culture, Flower Production, Fruit Tree Culture and Viticulture – Winemaking.
Except for Flower Production, the enumerated subjects have still been part of the syllabi for the formation of agronomic engineers after 1952.
Due to the importance of these subjects in the instructiv-educational process of the agronomic engineer, the existing material base, the specializing of faculty with high level of competence as well as the market demand, in 1977, after many and repeated insistences of the high decision bodies, the decision was made to create the department of Horticulture.
This act of justice for the Romanian horticulture and, especially, Transylvanian horticulture, was a well deserved one, as a result of the previous results obtained in the formation of students in horticulture, as well as the existence of all the grounds for the functioning of this department.
For the first two years of study, no special arrangements were necessary, since the didactic and practical activities, stipulated in the syllabus, could take place in the institute, where the necessary laboratories, halls and material base were situated.
The specialized subjects (Vegetable Culture, Fruit Tree Culture, Viticulture, Flower Production, Ornamental Tree Culture, Landscape Architecture, Horticulture Plant Melioration, and Technology of Processing and Storing Horticulture Products), intended to be studied in the 3rd and 4th years, functioned from the very beginning (the academic year 1979-1980) in the building situated at no. 63, Manastur Street, which became the pavilion of the Department of Horticulture. In this building, the afore mentioned departments arranged work cabinets and laboratories for practical work and seminars.
The practical activities were conducted in the didactic and experimental fields of the Institute (located in: Sapca Verde and within the institute), the horticulture farm of the S.D.E, the Station of Horticulture Research and Production, as well as at the Botanical Garden of the University of Cluj. This collaboration offered the Cluj horticulture students the most complete specialized material base.
In the autumn of 1989, the Departments that carried out activities in the pavilion of the department of Horticulture were moved in the areas of the Institute, where they still conduct their activity.
After the events of 1989, in January 1990, the University of Agricultural Sciences Senate decided upon the founding of the Faculty of Horticulture. MIS confirmed this decision by Order No. 7751/April 27, 1990, and the HCM 224/1990 stipulated the reorganization of the education in horticulture over the duration of 5 years.
This period of significant transformations following 1989 required a continuous adaptation of the education process to the realities the country was witnessing. Thus, the structure of the faculty was established, the syllabi were revised, new syllabi were introduced, and the department staff was completed by the teaching and the technical staff.
Following the preoccupations of the Faculty of Horticulture Council to diversify the university offer, in 1991, besides the Faculty of Horticulture, two colleges are founded, with a three- year duration of studies:
•    Vegetable culture- Flower Production;
•    Fruit Tree Culture – Viticulture.
Due to the success acquired in this period, in the year 1997, a new college was founded in Blaj:
•    The Technology of Wine and its Derived Products, that enjoys the expertise and contribution of the researchers from the famous Station of Wine Research and Development of Blaj.
In order to meet the need of required specialists in implementing Law 18, and the other laws regarding the circulation of land, in the year 1999, several institutes were founded:
•    The College of Agricultural Land Registry, which functions in the Faculty of Horticulture, Cluj Napoca. Since 2001, another one has been functioning in Sibiu.
Regarding long term education, the following specializations were founded:
 In 1997, The Management of Rural Development and Arrangement, at present Engineering and Management in Agriculture;
 In 2001, the specialization Forestry was founded;
 In 2002, other three specializations were created: Landscaping and the specialization Engineering and Management in Food Industry and Agro tourism
Since the academic year 2000-2001, Long Distance Learning has been organized for the following specializations: Horticulture (6 years), Economic Engineering in Agriculture (6 years) and Agricultural Land Registry (4 years).
Special attention was paid in this period to education forms such as the master studies, which, at the beginning, functioned with only one direction of specialization - Culture of Horticultural Species under Controlled Climate. Along the time, the specializations European Agrarian Economy, Genetic Engineering and PLANT MELIORATION, Agro-business were added. In 2004, Mushroom Cultivation, and Technology of Production and Capitalization of Special Wines and Derived Products have also functioned.
Long term education (since the academic year 2005/2006)
Specializations:
• HORTICULTURE: Duration of studies: 4 years - Degree of certified engineer
• LANDSCAPING: Duration of studies: 4 years - Degree of certified engineer
• ECONOMIC ENGINEERING IN AGRICULTURE: Duration of studies: 4 years - Degree of certified engineer
• ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC FOOD INDUSTRY AND AGRO-TOURISM: Duration of studies: 4 years -
Degree of certified engineer
• FORESTRY: Duration of studies 4 years - Degree of certified engineer
• LAND REGISTRY: Duration of studies 4 years - Degree of certified engineer
Short term education (under liquidation)
Specializations:
• VEGETABLE CULTURE – FLOWER PRODUCTION: Duration of studies: 3 years - Degree of college engineer
• FRUIT- TREE CULTURE - VITICULTURE: Duration of studies: 3 years - Degree of college engineer
• WINE AND DERIVED PRODUCTS TECHNOLOGY (BLAJ): Duration of studies: 3 years - Degree of college engineer
• AGRICULTURAL LAND REGISTRY: Duration of studies: 3 years- Degree of college engineer
Master’s degree
Specializations:
• CULTURE OF HORTICULTURAL SPECIES UNDER CONTROLLED CLIMATE: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
• MUSHROOM  CULTIVATION: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
• GENETIC ENGINEERING IN PLANT MELIORATION: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
EUROPEAN AGRARIAN ECONOMY: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
• AGRO-BUSINESS: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
• TECHNOLOGY OF PRODUCTION AND CAPITALIZATION OF SPECIAL WINES AND DERIVED PROUCTS: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc
PhD
Specializations:
• VEGETABLE PRODUCTION: PhD in Horticulture
• FLOWER AND ORNAMENTAL TREE PRODUCTION: PhD in Horticulture
• FRUIT PRODUCTION: PhD in Horticulture
• GENETICS AND PLANT MELIORATION: PhD in Horticulture
• MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING IN AGRICULTURE: PhD in Horticulture
• EXPLOITATION OF REAL ESTATE IMPROVEMENT SYSTEMS AND CROP IRRIGATION: PhD in Horticulture
• BIOTECHNOLOGIES: PhD in Horticulture
ZOOTECHNY AND BIOTECHNOLOGIES
The last century brought significant transformations to of all life forms, imposing corresponding changes to our country’s structure of higher agricultural education. In this context, Zootechnic Techniques, after having evolved along the years in the Faculty of Agronomy, and later in that of Veterinary Medicine, following the resolution of the Ministry of Education No. 80446 of June 29, 1968, the Faculty of Zootechny was created.
The duration of studies was of 5 years, between 1968 and 1978, and, until 1990 – of 4 years, then again 5 years, since 1990. From 1979 to 1987, the Faculty of Zootechny merged with that of Veterinary Medicine, both functioning in the Department of Zootechny and Veterinary Medicine of the Faculty of Agronomy, and until 1990, the domain of zootechnist engineer developed the activity in one department, called Zootechny, within the Faculty of Agronomy.
After 1989, on the basis of academic autonomy, the Faculty of Zootechny, Cluj was re-born, just like all the other similar faculties in the country, functioning consequently on independent grounds, structured into departments, within the University of Agricultural Sciences, Cluj Napoca. Starting from 1992, following the trend of diversification and adaptation of the education to the conditions of agriculture privatization and liberalization, the Cluj zootechny higher education has functioned with two departments, the first of Zootechny and the second of Biotechnologies in Agriculture, both with a 5 year- duration of studies and granting the degree of  Certified Engineer. Within the College of the University of Agricultural Sciences, Cluj Napoca was created the College of Zootechny, Control, Processing and Capitalization of Production", in Cluj Napoca, Reghin and Targu Mures with a 3 year- duration of studies, granting the degree of College Engineer". Starting with the academic year 2001-2002, there was created a new specialization of long term education- Fish Farming- with a 5 year-duration of studies.
THE STRUCTURE OF THE FACULTY OF ZOOTECHNY AND BIOTECHNOLOGIES
Long term education
Specializations:
ANIMAL FARMING: Duration of studies: 5  years - full-time courses   . Degree of certified engineer.
AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGIES: Duration of studies: 5  years - full-time courses   . Degree of  certified engineer
FISH CULTURE: Duration of studies 5  years - full-time courses   . Degree of certified engineer
Short term education
Specializations:
ZOOTECHNY: (Cluj Napoca) Duration of studies: 3  years - full-time courses   . Degree of college engineer
ZOOTECHNY: (Reghin) Duration of studies: 3  years - full-time courses   . Degree of college engineer
Master’s degree
Specializations:
OPTIMIZATION OF BREEDING TECHNOLOGIES OF RUMINANTS: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
GENETIC ENGINEERING AND REPRODUCTION BIOTECHNOLOGIES APPLIED IN ZOOTECHNY: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
APPLIED BIOTECHNOLOGIES: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc.
PhD
Specializations:
ANIMAL PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY: PhD in Zootechny
ANIMAL FEEDING: PhD in Zootechny
EQUINE AND CATTLE MANAGEMENT: PhD in Zootechny
ANIMALS FOR FUR AND FOWL PRODUCTION: PhD in Zootechny
OVINE AND CAPRINE MANAGEMENT: PhD in Zootechny
FUR ANIMALS, FISHING AND HUNTING: PhD in Zootechny
VETERINARY MEDICINE
The medical veterinary education in Cluj was created and developed in the tradition of the Romanian veterinary education. In the year 1962, the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cluj Napoca was founded, integrated within the Agronomic Institute of Cluj Napoca.
The formation of the veterinary PhD comprised a large profile, the specialization being veterinary generalist PhD, upon the basis of a syllabus covering the complex exigencies of Zootechny. The Veterinary PhD was prepared in the area of technology in Zootechny, reproduction and selection, animal health, and also public health safety. At the beginning, the didactical activities used to develop in provisory arranged areas, and, since 1968, in a new building, specially conceived and created for the university veterinary education.
From the organizational point of view, the medical veterinary education operated as self-standing faculty until 1970, when it merged into the Faculty of Zootechny and Veterinary Medicine, with two departments, Veterinary Medicine and Zootechny, respectively. Since 1990, when things returned to normality, the medical veterinary education has been organized and functioned as the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, as part of the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj Napoca. Starting 2001, the specialization of Biotechnologies in veterinary medicine was created.
The founders of veterinary education in Cluj were Prof.. Emil Negrutiu Ph.D Eng., Rector and Prof. Eugen Muresan Ph. D, as the Dean. The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cluj Napoca has benefited since its creation, from the contribution of several personalities formed between the World Wars, genuine university figures, who brought along not only their professional knowledge, but also the highest degree of culture of the Romanian intellectuality.
THE STRUCTURE OF THE FACULTY OF ZOOTECHNY AND BIOTECHNOLOGIES
Long term education
Specializations:
VETERINARY MEDICINE: Duration of studies: 6 years - full-time courses   . Title obtained: Medical Doctor
BIOTECHNOLOGY IN VETERINARY MEDICINE: Duration of studies: 5 years - full-time courses   Title obtained:  certified engineer
Short term education
Specializations:
VETERINARY AND CLINIC PHARMACY: Duration of studies: 3 years - full-time courses   . Title obtained: Veterinary Assistant.
VETERINARY TECHNIQUE: Duration of studies: 3 years - full-time courses   . Title obtained: Veterinary Assistant
HYGIENE AND VETERINARY LABORATORY: Duration of studies: 3 years - full-time courses   . Title obtained: Veterinary Assistant
Master’s degree
Specializations:
ANIMAL PATHOLOGY AND PUBLIC SAFETY: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc
CONTROL AND EXPERTISE OF ANIMAL ORIGIN PRODUCTS: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc
CLINIC AND RADIOLOGY FOR VETERINARY MEDICINE: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc
ANIMAL NUTRITION AND NUTRITIONAL PATHOLOGY: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc
VETERINARY PHARMACY: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc
APPLIED VETERINARY EPIDEMIOLOGY: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc
MORPHO-PATHOLOGY AND LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc
MEDICAL VETERINARY DENTISTRY: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc
ANIMAL REPRODUCTION BIOTECHNOLOGY: Duration of studies: 1.5 years. MSc
PhD
Specializations:
MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY: PhD in Veterinary Medicine
NORMAL AND PATHOLOGIC MORPHOLOGY: PhD in Veterinary Medicine
ANIMAL-HYGIENE: PhD in Veterinary Medicine
SURGICAL PATHOLOGY: PhD in Veterinary Medicine
INFECTIOUS DISEASES: PhD in Veterinary Medicine
PARASITIC DISEASES: PhD in Veterinary Medicine
VETERINARY OBSTETRICS AND ANDROLOGY: PhD in Veterinary Medicine
SEMIOLOGY AND MEDICAL PATHOLOGY: PhD in Veterinary Medicine
SANITARY AND VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY AND EXPERTISE: PhD in Veterinary Medicine
GENERAL AND SPECIAL ZOOTECHNY: PhD in Veterinary Medicine
PARASITOLOGY: PhD in Veterinary Medicine

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