Plant Protection

Plant Protection Department of Bingol Unıversity has accepted its first students at the undergraduate level with 32 students 2012-2013 academic year.
Qualification Awarded
Plant Protection, Bachelor’s Degree

Admission Requirements
High School Diploma, Placement through a nation-wide Student Selection and Placement Examinations (YGS and LYS), For foreign students, High School Diploma plus placement of the student by the university according to his score in Foreign Student Examination and student’s preferences

Higher Grade Transition
May apply to master’s or doctorate programmes.

Graduation Requirements
Students who have successfully completed all courses in the curriculum (240 ECTS) and have a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) 60 out of 100.
Occupational Profiles of Graduates
The graduates of the department gets the title of 'Agricultural Engineering'. AgriculturaL engineers graduating from PLANT PROTECTİON department can work at Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock, Agricultural Credit Cooperatives, municipalities, banks, greenhouses, private sector as well as working as counselors for a lot of firms. In addition the graduates can prepare their own projects and launch a new job.

Assessment and Grading
The students are subject to mid-term, mid-work (projects, seminars, quizzes, homework or a second mid-term) and the final exam. Bingol University Undergraduate Education and Examination Regulations item 31 and 32 are applied in the measurement and evaluation process.


In the face of the increasing world population, the most important aim of agriculture is to obtain abundant and high-quality products. The purpose of the department is to train Agricultural Engineers who have the knowledge and equipment to combat pests and diseases that cause losses in agricultural products with the most appropriate and advanced methods. To adapt the developing new techniques and methods to education and research activities, to contribute to agricultural activities and scientific publications in the region, country, and the world.


To be able to assimilate the universal science norms related to our field and adapt them to the current and produce solutions to problems. To be aware that Plant Protection activities are also a nature protection initiative. To be among the respected institutions of our country in terms of education, training, and academic activities.