Are you looking forward to a future as an expert in Agricultural, Environmental and Resource Economics? As a graduate of our Master’s Programme in Agricultural, Environmental and Resource Economics, you can find employment in the national or international market, for example at universities, research institutes, the public sector or in business, or you can become a self-employed entrepreneur.
The Viikki Campus offers optimal resources for studying the unique range of subjects offered by our programme. Upon graduating you will be a professional in applied economics in agricultural, environmental and resource-focused fields. You will be well versed in topics such as climate policy, sustainable agriculture and food security.
The Master's programme comprises two study tracks:
1. Agricultural economics
2. Environmental and resource economics
As a graduate you will be able to:
As a graduate of the studytrack in Environmental and Resource economics you will have the ability to
Further information about the studies on the Master's programme website.
Studytrack: Agricultural economics
After completing the study track in agricultural economics you will be able:
The study track of agricultural economics combines expertise in business administration and economics with knowledge of the special features of agriculture, rural enterprises, the food market and related policies.
Through studies in agricultural economics, you will learn to apply theories and models used to define the profitability and competiveness of agricultural and rural enterprises and the farm-level factors contributing to profitability and competiveness. You will examine the operation of the market and assess various policy options. The studies include practice-oriented assignments that build your decision-making and career skills, and your self-confidence to apply theoretical knowledge in practice.
Studytrack: Environmental and Resource Economics
In this studytrack you will receive a state-of-the-art economic education in environmental and natural resources policy. The courses are divided into three groups:
1. Theoretically focused courses in which you will gain a deep understanding of static and dynamic models and applications of game theory
2. Courses focusing on quantitative methods in which you will gain the ability to run numerical simulations and apply econometric methods
3. Thematic courses focusing on relevant challenges in environmental and resource policy.