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Masters Degrees in Agricultural Technology

We have 17 Masters Degrees in Agricultural Technology

Masters degrees in Agricultural Technology train postgraduates in the understanding and implementation of innovative, computerised or mechanical farming systems. This may include improving the apparatus used in everyday farming, or developing equipment for specific purposes such as Agronomy (soil analysis) or genetic research.

Entry requirements will normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject such as agriculture or environmental science, or relevant research experience.

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In the future, agricultural and horticultural production will demand new intellectual and technological understanding and skills. Read more
Sustainable agriculture. The M.S. degree in Sustainable Agriculture aims to provide advanced knowledge in the field of agricultural systems as well as skills to develop and manage sustainable production systems. Read more
This programme aims to equip students with the advanced skills, knowledge and expertise to undertake technical and production management roles in the globally important agri-food sector. Read more
This course examines crop improvement through advances in resource use efficiency, crop protection and modern crop improvement and breeding techniques. Read more
Overview. Students studying at Writtle University College will have access to the Postharvest Unit which undertakes research and trials in conjunction with commercial companies. Read more
About the Programme. The Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience are pleased to announce the launch of our new MSc in Agroecology, Water and Food Sovereignty. Read more
Successful completion of this RIBA validated course provides exemption from Part 2 of the ARB prescribed Examination in Architecture. Read more
This is an advanced course for part-time students who are likely to be employed within the postharvest sector of the industry, such as with the transport and handling of fresh produce. Read more
Areas of research include, but are not limited to. evaluation of spatial heterogeneity for the design and layout of experimental sites. Read more
Students can choose to start in September, May or January. About the course. This Sustainable and Efficient Food Production postgraduate course centres on increasing efficiency and reducing environmental impact within the extensive pasture-based production sector. Read more
Students can choose to start in September, May or January. About the course. This scheme aims to facilitate knowledge exchange between academia and industry. Read more
Keeping up with international developments. This applied Master programme is designed for mid-career horticulture, livestock or forest professionals working in the private or public sector. Read more
This intensive course in agriculture is unique to the Royal Agricultural University and provides an opportunity for graduates or professionals in other disciplines to re-direct their careers towards agricultural and associated rural industries. Read more
The Rome Business School’s. Master in Agribusiness Management. Read more
This unique course provides a diverse blend of options in communication skills, science and business. To deliver this range of skills two Aberystwyth University departments (IBERS and Aberystwyth Business School) have partnered with . Read more

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