£2,611 per year
The course – entirely taught in English – enables students to investigate the ecological, social and economic implications of global changes on natural, agricultural and social resources with an interdisciplinary approach.
The course provides a solid theoretical and practical knowledge on core natural processes and how global changes affect them, but it also focuses on the increasing need to achieve sustainable development.
This track – born to respond to the emerging government requirements concerning natural resources and sustainable development – offers investigation methods and practical activities useful to develop a wide range of skills and trains future professionals to analyze and deal with issues relating sustainable development.
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