Compulsory subjects are natural sciences (chemistry, zoology, microbiology, etc.) and socio-economic principles (law, business administration, etc.) as well as expert knowledge of agricultural production (e.g. plant cultivation, livestock breeding, pomiculture and viticulture, etc.). A pertinent eight-week internship is compulsory before the end of the programme. At least two bachelor's theses that the student wrote him-/herself in the course of the programme must achieve a pass grade in order to get a bachelor's degree.