958105 Bachelor's thesis seminar - viticulture and oenology

Semester hours
Lecturer (assistant)
Muschlin, Martin , Griesser, Michaela , Philipp, Christian , Forneck, Astrid
Offered in
Wintersemester 2019/20
Languages of instruction


Topics on current issues of Viticulture and Enology will be presented :

Winter semester : assignment of topics related to oenology
Summer term : allocation of topics related to viticulture

* Project-oriented team work in small groups of four to eight people is the desired goal

* The Project Group is actively engaged with their respective problem and work on it in a scientific-practical way.

* The Bachelor's thesis is to be professionally, application based, scientific oriented and 'rule- compliant ' worked out ​​in good scientific practice in this lecture.

* Working on one of the projects is in coordination with thesupervisor and includes project plan, activity report, final presentation and the bachelor's thesis.

* The Bacheloarbeit shall also include a reflection of the project, the project plan and personal experience of group dynamics.´

Previous knowledge expected

This course is in the 5th and 6th semester of study and should be attended and graduated in this after completing significant parts of agricultural science subjects. The thesis should be completed by the date of presentation.

Objective (expected results of study and acquired competences)

Acquisition und application of scientific and knowledge-based methods and their use in connection with more complex interdisciplinary or focussed research projects in the fields of horticulture, fruit growing and viticulture. Introduction to use of online-database, publishing, presenting and writing a thesis. Acquirement of qualified knowledge in the field of data processing and presenting of results; introduction to the literature; providing of a term paper or a publication.
You can find more details like the schedule or information about exams on the course-page in BOKUonline.