Advanced Master in Rural Economics and Sociology - ECOS2MC
The course enables students to appreciate the real problems posed by the harmonious development of agriculture within society. The growing diversity of the issues at stake means that the field of investigation is particularly wide. It also covers socio-economic issues of developing as well as developed countries.
The level of training provided by this Advanced Master should enable graduates to take on significant responsibilities in professional sectors and decision-making bodies involved in agriculture. This training can also lead on to scientific research in rural economics and sociology.
The training comprises 60 credits worth of activities spread over an academic year and is held in the two partner institutions.
The main components are :
This programme may only be taken after gaining a first Master’s degree for 2nd cycle studies worth at least 300 credits. It may lead to doctoral training.
| 3/08/2011 |