Bioeconomy

A graduate of interdisciplinary first-degree studies in the field of bioeconomy has basic knowledge and engineering skills, and has a general knowledge of bioeconomy, in particular in the area of:

  • implementation of production and technological processes for the processing of renewable natural resources and their use in the production of food, industrial products, energy and biofuels,
  • solving problems related to the management of materials of natural origin and the operation and design of equipment, processes and systems necessary in the bioeconomy as well as creating interdisciplinary solutions thanks to the integration of knowledge in the fields of biotechnology, engineering and chemical technology and environmental engineering,
  • applying the principles of sustainable management of natural resources, the use of renewable energy sources, waste management, including recycling,
  • creating and running a business, including individual entrepreneurship, using knowledge in the field of bioeconomy,
  • application of quality management systems in the economy, legal regulations regarding bioproducts and waste management, work safety, copyright protection and industrial property.

Graduates of the interdisciplinary course of bioeconomy, in line with their knowledge and skills obtained during their studies, are prepared to work in the broadly understood bioeconomy, including production enterprises using renewable natural resources, businesses involved in the production, storage, transport and distribution and processing of bio-products, including agro-food processing, companies dealing in recycling and energy recovery, analytical, research and diagnostic laboratories involved in biological and chemical analysis and assessment of bioproducts quality and state as well as local government administration units, non-governmental organizations dealing with bioeconomy management and creating knowledge in this field in professional education. The graduate is prepared to take up the second degree studies, she or he can develop her (his) professional skills as part of postgraduate studies and additional training courses. Thanks to interdisciplinary education, she or he can run her (his) own business.