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[Agriculture] Cross-Cultural Marketing

 

General information

Course name Cross-Cultural Marketing
Course type Lecture (30h/90h); Seminar (30h/90h); Total (60h/180h)
Course code AEF-agr537
Course coordinator Prof. Dr. Orth, Email: uorth@ae.uni-kiel.de
Faculty Faculty of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences
Examination office pruefungsamt@agrar.uni-kiel.de
Short summary This module covers basic and a few advanced concepts of marketing across cultures. It focuses on identifying and applying appropriate methods and concepts to support entrepreneurial decisions. Unlike international marketing, cross-cultural marketing specifically includes identifying and targeting customers within a country based on their cultural background. Learning goals and objectives are accomplished through a combination of interactive lectures and group work.
   

Information about study level

Study level Bachelor
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation 50 % Written examination Orth, 50 % Assignment Orth
Frequency Winter Semester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English (brief clarifications in German possible if requested)
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language  
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements Principles of Marketing
   

Information about course content, reading list and additional information

Course Content Lecture: Basic cross-cultural marketing decisions, cultural context: values and elements of culture, consumer behavior and psychology in divergent cultures, globalization of demand, cross-cultural marketing strategy, marketing mix in a cross-cultural context, communication and negotiation between cultures, ethno marketing Seminar: Supervised group work on a topic of practical relevance.
Reading list Assigned readings (selected journal articles), textbook: Usunier & Lee (2009) Marketing Across Cultures, 4th ed. Prentice Hall
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[Agriculture] Consumer Psychology in Agri- and Food Business

 

General information

Course name Consumer Psychology in Agri- and Food Business
Course type Lecture (30h/90h); Seminar (30h/90h); Total (60h/180h)
Course code AEF-agr825
Course coordinator Prof. Dr. Orth, Email: uorth@ae.uni-kiel.de
Faculty Faculty of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences
Examination office pruefungsamt@agrar.uni-kiel.de
Short summary Consumer Psychology in Agri- and Food Business takes a look at the psychological underpinnings of consumer behavior. It aims at introducing psychological concepts, research methodology, and interesting findings that are important to understand the role of the human mind in a marketing and consumption context.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation 50 % final examination (oral), 50 % presentation & homework
Frequency Summer Term
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language  
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements Basic insights into consumer behavior, marketing, marketing research. Basic knowledge about research methods and statistical analyses.
   

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Course Content This module covers basic and some advanced concepts of consumer psychology (CP) in an agribusiness and food context. Emphasis is on understanding the drivers and processes of human behavior. Focal areas include CP as a multi-faceted discipline, activation, perception and evaluation, context effects, environmental atmospherics, affect-as-information, persuasion knowledge models, judgmental bias, learning, memory, concepts of self and others, personality, and persuasion. Learning objectives are addressed through a combination of lectures and group seminars.
Reading list Assigned readings (selected journal articles), textbook (for reference): Handbook  of Consumer Psychology, by C. P. Haugtvedt, P. M. Herr, & F. R. Kardes (eds.)
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[Crop Science and Plant Breeding] Methods for Breeding Field Crops

 

General information

Course name Methods for Breeding Field Crops
Course type Lecture
Course code AEF-agr046
Course coordinator Prof. Dr. Christian Jung
Faculty Faculty of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences
Examination office Faculty of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences
Short summary The module deals with the most important crops under central European conditions. Botany, genetics,
importance and history of the crops will be introduced. General and specific aspects of breeding methodo-
logy will be explained.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation Oral exam
Frequency Winter semester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language  
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements Advanced understanding of genetics, evolution, botany and breeding of major crop species.
AgriGenomics students successful passing of module “Introduction to crop and animal breeding“
   

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Course Content The students learn how crop plants evolved from their wild ancestors. They learn basic breeding methodo-
logy and specific breeding programs for the respective crops. The features of different kinds of cultivars will
be understood. Emphasis will be given to biotechnological techniques like molecular markers and geneti-
cally modified plants. The students will also learn how genomic techniques are employed in modern bree-
ding schemes.
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[Ecosystem Research] Conservation Biology

 

General information

Course name Principles in Ecosystem Protection & Management
Course type Lecture and Exercises
Course code AEF-EM001
Course coordinator Prof. Dr. Tim Diekötter
Faculty Institute for Natural Resource Conservation
Examination office  
Short summary Students are introduced to the basic ecological patterns, processes and functions in terrestrial, limnic and marine ecosystems; and understanding of the complexity and dynamics of ecosystems. This allows a first assessment of the possibilities and limits of management measures.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation Written examination
Frequency Winter semester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language  
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements  
   

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[Ecosystem Research] GIS and Population Dynamics in Landscapes

 

General information

Course name GIS and Population Dynamics in Landscapes
Course type Exercise, Seminar
Course code AEF-EM036
Course coordinator Prof. Dr. Tim Diekötter
Faculty Faculty of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences
Examination office pruefungsamt@agrar.uni-kiel.de
Short summary Based on provided data and on public available data retrieved by the students, participants will indicate,
characterize and separate geodata and topical data. Data bases and GIS-Systems will be combined to sup-
port the spatial analysis of survey data of mammals or birds.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation Project work
Frequency Summer and winter semester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language  
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements Students should have basic skills in working with GIS-Systems.
Furthermore, some proficiency in using spreadsheets and data bases would be beneficial. Additionally,
basic knowledge of population dynamics of animals in landscapes is recommended.
   

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Course Content Students understand the differences among the geometric objects polygon, line, and point and are able to
use them in GIS as basic units to depict and analyze population dynamics at the landscape level. Further-
more they are able to build thematic maps using these geometries. The participants are competent to work
with  public available spatial data (
EU-Directive INSPIRE, climate data). They will require skills to organize survey data for processing in
GISand will be able to understand the relevance of geographic coordinate systems.
Reading list  
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[Ecosystem Research] Integrated Management of Wetlands

 

General information

Course name Integrated Management of Wetlands
Course type  
Course code AEF-EM018
Course coordinator PD Dr. M. Trepel
Faculty Institute for Ecosystem research
Examination office  
Short summary Wetland management is a holistic and integrative analysis and an assessment of the anthropogenic impacts in wetlands,  considering also the regeneration effects, to create a sustainable and socially accepted concept for acting. The module gives knowledge on the impact the use of natural resources in wetlands has on the ecosystem and how to reduce the socio-economic risks. With scenarios and analysis of example studies, possible measures are evaluated in working groups.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation Assignment
Frequency Winter semester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language  
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements basic understanding of ecological and hydrological processes and ecosystem functions
   

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Course Content Students are able to identify the ecological, economical and social components of integrated wetland management and are able to use system analysis to study the interrelationships. Participants are able to understand the specific characteristics of wetlands. They are able to understand and communicate the different points of view of local actives.
Reading list  
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[Ecosystem Research] Principles of Ecosystem Analysis

 

General information

Course name Principles of Ecosystem Analysis
Course type Modul
Course code AEF-EM011
Course coordinator Dr. rer. nat. Felix Müller
Faculty Faculty of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences
Examination office Faculty of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences
Short summary Basics of system analysis and ecosystem theory, application of hierarchic indications concepts for represen-
tation of fluctuations in and between systems of different scales. Human-environmental interactions are ana-
lysed using DPSIR and based on the data of the european environmental agency. The analysis of utilization
of natural resources include land-use conflicts between agriculture, environmental protection, urban expan-
sion, water management, tourism etc.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation Seminar paper
Frequency Summer Semester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language  
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements Basic knowledge in ecological processes and structures.
   

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Course Content Students are familiar with basics of system analysis and are able to analyse complex interactions in human-
environmental systems.
Reading list  
Additional information  

 

[Ecosystem Research] Statistical and Mathematical Tools in Process Analysis

 

General information

Course name Statistical and Mathematical Tools in Process Analysis
Course type  
Course code AEF-EM030
Course coordinator Dr. G. Hörmann
Faculty Institute for Natural Resource Conservation
Examination office  
Short summary Descriptive statistics: mean, standard deviation, confidence interval. Inferential statistics: regression, ANOVA. Biological methods: rarefaction, ordination methods, clustering. Time series analysis: spectral analysis, cross correlation, analysis of spatial data.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation Written examination
Frequency Winter semester
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language  
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements Basic knowledge in computer applications
   

Information about course content, reading list and additional information

Course Content Students learn to apply statistical methods for ecological research. After an introduction into common computer tools for data management and data analysis (spreadsheets, data bases, shells for statistics modeling) the students learn to use methods for the statistical interpretation of ecological data. Exercises include the use of common computer programs for calculations, e.g. Excel and R, fundamentals of descriptive and inferential statistics, e.g. means, standard deviation, ANOVA, regressions. Furthermore, students learn specific methods of biological ecology, e.g. similarity coefficients, ordination, multivariate methods. Time series analysis is used to analyze fluctuations and interference between parameters. A special unit is devoted to the treatment of spatial data.
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[Food Economics] Development Economics

 

General information

Course name Development Economics
Course type Lecture
Course code AEF-eg004
Course coordinator Prof. Dr. Awudu Abdulai
Faculty Faculty of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences
Examination office Faculty of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences
Short summary Students are in the position to recognize specific problems in developing countries and to classify these problems in a broader economic context.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 6
Evaluation Written
Frequency Winter Term
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B1
Further information on the teaching language German is possible (see course “Entwicklungsökonomie”)
   

Information about requirements

Recommended requirements Good Economic Basics
   

Information about course content, reading list and additional information

Course Content Students are in the position to recognize specific problems in developing countries and to classify these problems in a broader economic context. They are familiar with the basic explanatory approaches to economic development and can build on this knowledge to define the distinct speed of adjustment of different economies. The students are able to critically assess established development economic policy instruments and to formulate approaches to alternative policy design. Based on regional circumstances they can identify a range of action and give specific policy recommendations.
Reading list Information on the webpage of the Institute
Additional information  

 

[Humanernährung und Lebensmittelkunde] Grundlagen der Mikro- und Makronährstoffe in der Ernährung

 

Allgemeine Information

Kursname Grundlagen der Mikro- und Makronährstoffe in der Ernährung
Kurstyp Vorlesung
Kurscode AEF-ök010
Kursverantwortlicher Prof. Dr. Bosy-Westphal
Fakultät Agrar- und Ernährungswissenschaftliche Fakultät
Prüfungsamt Prüfungsamt Agrar- und Ernährungswissenschaftliche Fakultät
Kurzzusammenfassung Funktion, Bedarf und Empfehlung für Mineralstoffe (Ca, P, Mg) und Spurenelemente (Fe, Zn, Se) in Abhän-
gigkeit von Lebensalter und physiologischer Situation, Einflüsse auf die Bioverfügbarkeit, Auswirkungen von
Über- und Unterversorgung, Methoden zur Bestimmung des Mineralstoff- und Spurenelementhaushalts
   

Information über das Studienniveau

Studienniveau Bachelor
Möglich auch für  
   

Informationen über Leistungspunkte, Bewertung und Angebotshäufigkeit

ECTS 6
Bewertung Klausur
Angebotshäufigkeit Wintersemester
   

Information über die Lehrsprache

Lehrsprache Deutsch
Mindestanforderung B1
Näheres zur Lehrsprache with the support of the Section english possible
   

Information über die Zugangsvoraussetzungen

Empfohlene Zugangsvoraussetzungen Kenntnisse ernährungs- und stoffwechselphysiologischer Grundlagen (entsprechend den Inhalten der
Module Grundlagen der Stoffwechselphysiologie, Grundlagen der Regulation des Stoffwechsels)
   

Informationen über Lehrinhalte, Literatur und weitere Angaben

Lehrinhalte Makronährstoffe und Ernährungszustand: Ernährungserhebung, Essverhalten, Ernährungszustand, Nähr-
stoffbedarf, Energieverbrauch und Energiebilanz, Makronährstoffe incl. Alkohol, beispielhafte Darstellung
von Mangelzuständen von Vitaminen (Vit. B12, Folsäure) und Spurenelementen (Jod), Ernährungsempfeh-
lungen
Mikronärstoffe: Vitamine und Mineralstoffe: Nahrungsquellen und Vitaminbedarf, Stoffwechsel und moleku-
lare Wirkungsmechanismen, Versorgungsstatus in der Bevölkerung; Pathogenese, Diagnostik und Therapie
des Vitaminmangels, Risikogruppen für Mangelerkrankungen, Wechselwirkungen mit Arzneimitteln, Indika-
tionen für Supplemente.
Literatur Schäperclaus, W., v. Lukowicz, M.: Lehrbuch der Teichwirtschaft, Paul Parey Verlag, 590 S., ISBN 382638248 Pillay, T.V.R.: Aquaculture- Principle and Practises. Blackwell Sciene, 640 S. ISBN 9781405105323. Spannhof, L.: Einführung in die Fischphysiologie, Dr. Kovac Verlag, 404 Seiten. ISBN: 3860642162 Steffens, W.: Grundlagen der Fischernährung. Urban & Fischer Verlag, 226 Seiten. Bohl, M.: Zucht und Produktion von Süßwasserfischen, DLG-Verlag, 719 S., ISBN 3769005430.
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