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Master Degree in Environmental and Food Economics (EFE)


Course Description

The master degree in Environmental and Food Economics provides advanced expertise in economic and business disciplines, quantitative methods, and specific theoretical and applied knowledges in environmental and natural resources economics, and in the economics and management of the agri-food system. The aim is to provide advanced knowledge and instruments to promote sustainable economic development, natural resources management (water, soil, energy), policy analysis for the environment, energy, and the agri-food system, innovation in the agri-food sector, internationalisation of agri-food companies, food safety and rural development.

Entry Requirements

Applicants holding an Italian bachelor’s degree must have earned at least 6 ECTS credits within some of admissible “settori scientifico-disciplinari” (disciplinary scientific sectors): at least 6 ECTS credits in the area of mathematics and statistics (MAT/01 – MAT/09 – SECS-S/06); at least 6 ECTS credits in are of economics and agricultural economics (AGR/01, SECS-P/01 – SECS-P/06, ING-IND/35); at least 6 ECTS credits in the area of management (AGR/01, SECS-P/07-SECS-P/11, ING-IND/35).Applicants holding a foreign degree should exhibit a comparable academic record or comptence in mathematics, economics and management.

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