• Faculty : Faculty of Biology, Animal Sciences and Bioeconomy
  • Degrees available:

    Undergraduate program – leading to a bachelor’s or engineer’s degree, open to secondary school graduates who have passed high-school leaving exam

    Master’s program – leading to a master’s degree, open to those holding a bachelor’s degree

    Doctoral program – leading to a doctoral degree, open to those holding a master’s degree or equivalent

    Students holding a bachelor’s or master’s degree may enroll in extension /continuing education programs

    Full-time Undergraduate Programs , Part-time Undergraduate Programs , Full-time Master’s Programs , Part-time Master’s Programs
  • Language: Polish

Animal behavioristic

This is the first and unique faculty in Poland on a state university, where you can deal with questions relating to animal behavior in the broadest sense.

Studies helps you understand:

  • mechanisms responsible for the occurrence of a particular type of behavior;
  • relationships between stimuli and responses based on which one can predict the behavior in certain situations, indicating those which caused given behavior including unwanted or dangerous with the possibility of elimination;
  • linking the living conditions of animals (welfare) of different species and utility groups  of their emotional (psychological) needs  in terms of species-typical behaviors

Graduate profile:

The graduates are prepared to work with animals on the basis of in-depth knowledge of the behavior of different species of animals. It has jurisdiction to assess animal behavior, diagnose and resolve behavioral problems and maintain optimal conditions, training and animals usage including their welfare.

We focus on the practice:

  • field and practical classes
  • self-conducting studies during classes
  • mandatory and extracurricular practices, internships and training abroad
  • international exchange under the Erasmus program and domestically exchange through MOSTAR program
  • Support from Students Career Office
  • lectures in foreign languages include specialized vocabulary, typical for the given direction
  • a number of research groups and student organizations in which you can develop your interests


Phone: +48 81 445 68 85

AGRO II  room 102 str. Akademicka 15
Phone: +48 81 445 65 01

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