Graduates of the fields of study at the Faculty find employment in the economic environment, in government administration and local government units, and in education. They have knowledge of starting their own company.

A graduate of Management and Production Engineering has managerial skills and is prepared to perform tasks in the field of agri-food production engineering, including: designing new and supervising existing production processes and systems, supervising facilities and management systems, logistics, asset investment management, task formulation in the field of technology management and technology transfer and innovation. He is prepared to analyze production processes in agri-food production engineering, organize and manage personnel and coordinate the work of employee teams, participate in the implementation and implementation of research and development related to technological and organizational innovations, and participate in work on technical and organizational consulting.

A graduate of Renewable Energy Sources and Waste Management, having interdisciplinary knowledge in the field of engineering, technical and natural sciences, has the ability to solve design, executive and managerial tasks regarding devices, installations and facilities for obtaining energy from renewable sources and waste. The student learns to combine knowledge from various research fields in order to efficiently assess the amount of waste generated in a given area, how to dispose of it or design an installation for obtaining energy from renewable sources. During the studies, the graduate acquires knowledge in the field of renewable energy sources, including: biomass acquisition technology, technology and techniques for the production of liquid and gaseous biofuels, cogeneration systems and economics in renewable energy. In turn, a graduate in the field of waste management has the ability to, among others, from: environmental management, waste in raw material production and processing, municipal waste and sewage treatment plants, material recycling, waste management logistics and organization of municipal services, as well as waste disposal technology.

A graduate of the Transport and Logistics faculty obtains the qualifications needed to design and implement transport and logistics processes, in particular those relevant to agricultural, forestry and food products. Is aware of the importance and understands the social, economic, legal, other non-technical and technical conditions, taking into account the effects of transport and logistics activities, including the impact of this activity on the environment and economic development. The graduate acquires practical skills in working with specialized computer software, which is used in the area of ​​transport and logistics. He has competences enabling him to work in the transport, forwarding and logistics sector, in planning and managing transport and warehouse management. He is capable of teamwork and self-education, can think creatively and act in an entrepreneurial manner, which enables him to quickly adapt to such an environment. The acquired knowledge, skills and competences will allow graduates of the field of transport and logistics to work in numerous economic entities, incl. production and service companies, logistics and distribution centers, transport and forwarding companies as well as plants and departments of public transport.

 A graduate of Mechatronic Engineering is qualified and is prepared to work in analytical, specialist and managerial positions in industrial production, service and consulting enterprises of agriculture, agri-food processing, as well as economic and administrative units where technical knowledge, organizational skills and operation of modern computer software. The interdisciplinary nature of education enables work in various branches of production, especially those that carry out tasks related to the food economy sector. In addition, graduates can work as professional staff (engineers) in plants designing or distributing technologically advanced equipment, qualified machine and specialist vehicle service technicians and engineers of technical departments of production plants in the food sector..

University of Agriculture in Krakow
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