Master of Agroecology programme structure
The Agroecology programme has a double and single degree option:
European Master of Agroecology- double degree option in collaboration with FESIA France
An overview of semesters and modules can be found here.
For a more detailed description of the courses offered in France click here.
Please see the FESIA website
for more information on the double degree programme.Single degree option from UMB NorwayAn overview of semesters and modules can be found here.
You can also download the latest course catalogue from the column on the left for current offerings at UMB, or view the detailed course descriptions
Both options start with a full semester (30 credits) introducing students to the structures and functions of agroecosystems, methodology for describing, analysing and improving such systems, and for individual and group-based learning. In this semester there is a holistic and interdisciplinary approach to current issues in farming and food systems.
Students may do a 30 or 60 credit thesis with the single degree from UMB, while with the double degree option, they take classes in France during their 3rd semester and complete their thesis in the final semester. For this reason, only a 30 credit thesis is possible for the European Master's of Agroecology.
Both degree options allow for the opportunity to study abroad at different universities during the second and third semesters. Here is a list of some example courses related to Agroecology at UMB and other universities commonly attended by agroecology students during their Master degree.
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