FACULTY OF AGROTECHNOLOGY

Address: Ganja, M.A. Abbaszadeh Str., 62, AZ2000

Tel. +994 22 2689668    

E-mail: office@adau.edu.az

 

Faculty of Agrotechnology was established in 2009, and in recent years, its infrastructure was considerably improved and included brand new chemical, land classification, winemaking and foodstuffs laboratories.

 

DEPARTMENTS

  • Land structure
  • Design
  • Chemistry
  • Food products engineering and expertise

 

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

  • Consumer goods examination and marketing
  • Food engineering
  • Land classification and immovable property cadaster
  • Winemaking

 

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

  • Land classification, land, and urban cadaster
  • Design
  • Food engineering
  • Consumer goods examination and marketing

 

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS

  • Food technologies
  • Land classification and immovable property management

 

PROFESSOR – TEACHING STAFF 

  • Doctor of Science, professor – 3
  • Ph.D., associate professor – 15
  • Ph.D., senior lecturer – 7
  • Senior lecturer - 23
  • Assistant - 8

 

STUDENT NUMBERS 

  • Undergraduates - 430
  • Graduates - 27

 

LABORATORIES

  • Cadaster and land classification laboratory
  • Chemical laboratory
  • Winemaking laboratory
  • Food examination laboratory

 

CADASTER AND LAND CLASSIFICATION LABORATORY

The laboratory operates at the land classification department. It offers practical classes for land classification and immovable property management specialties and the implementation of joint projects in immovable property management.

  

 

CHEMICAL LABORATORIES

Non-organic chemistry, physical chemistry, analytical chemistry, biochemistry, environmental chemistry laboratories operate at the chemistry department and offer laboratory classes for respective specialties and are used to implement research projects.


  

 

WINEMAKING LABORATORY

“Winemaking” specialty was launched at the undergraduate level in the 2018-2019 academic year. It falls under the “agricultural specialties” category. It is a fully government-funded specialty with monthly student grants. Curriculum is prepared in cooperation with Slovenian Nova Gorica University and approved by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan. In recent years, the food engineering and examination department’s infrastructure was significantly improved to ensure increased practical knowledge of students and winemaking laboratory was established, and the wine cellar was built.

WINE CELLAR

The wine cellar was built to ensure improved training of specialists in winemaking. Wines are stored in oak barrels, which adds flavor and taste to the final product. The cellar has strict storage conditions, including minimal displacement, constant temperature, humidity, lighting, and suitable microclimate.


  

 

STUDENTS’ HANDICRAFT