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Agricultural Science DN250 NPF

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Agricultural Science - DN250 NPF

If you’re interested in Agricultural Science but are not yet certain of which area to specialise in, you can select the No Preference (NPF) option on your CAO form. Then, during your first year at UCD, you can choose your area of specialisation. If you receive an offer on the Agricultural Science programme, you’ll be guaranteed a place in any of the six specialisations from second year. If, on the other hand, you know which of the following areas you’d like to specialise in, you can select one of these areas on your CAO application.The CAO codes for the degree specialisations offered are:

  • DN250 Agricultural Systems Technology
  • DN250 Animal & Crop Production
  • DN250 Animal Science
  • DN250 Animal Science – Equine
  • DN250 Food & Agribusiness Management
  • DN250 Food Business with Chinese Studies

Students interested in progressing to the Food Business with Chinese Studies degree must undertake one Chinese language module in semester one and transfer to the Food Business with Chinese Studies degree option by the end of semester one.