Academic Programs

Etudiants HSAM

HSAM offers high-level academic programs in Natural and Life Sciences (NLS) that enable students to acquire the necessary skills for successful careers in various fields, such as agriculture, environment, agri-food industry, research, teaching, and development.

Preparatory Classes in Natural and Life Sciences (PC-NLS)

HSAM provides a two-year preparatory program in Natural and Life Sciences (NLS) for students aiming to gain admission to national higher education institutions in the NLS field. Entry into the second cycle is subject to successful completion of a national competition for students who have successfully completed two years of preparatory classes.

Graduate Programs

The graduate program extends over five (05) years, including two (02) integrated preparatory years (1st and 2nd Years). This program offers six engineering specializations:

  • Soil and Environmental Sciences
  • Forest Management and Development
  • Animal Production Sciences
  • Agri-food Technology
  • Plant Protection
  • Plant Production

Engineering training is completed in 5 years, culminating in a master’s degree in each specialization.

Business Incubator

HSAM has recently established a business incubator to support student entrepreneurs in their business ventures.

Master's Programs

Engineering students who wish to pursue research can simultaneously pursue a Master’s degree alongside their fifth year of engineering studies.

Post-Graduate Programs

HSAM also offers post-graduate programs that allow graduates to pursue doctoral studies. The presence of esteemed faculty members provides HSAM graduates with access to doctoral programs. Currently, HSAM is authorized to offer a Ph.D. in agronomy. Additionally, the school has a research laboratory, “Applied Biotechnology in Agriculture and Environmental Preservation,” which supports the work of doctoral students. Accredited research laboratories in various agronomy specialties also facilitate the acceptance of engineering students and doctoral candidates through collaboration agreements with universities and research centers.

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