£34 per credit
The master’s degree in Soil and Water Management gives students multidisciplinary training in Earth Sciences, especially hydrology and soil science applied to the sustainable use of natural resources, in both farmland and forested areas, and in the conservation of the quality and the quantity of water and soils.
This is an inter-university master’s degree programme worth 90 credits, containing a highly professionalised approach.
The degree is taught by highly-reputed experts from the four universities involved, specialising in geology, chemistry, biology and soil science, and in applied sciences like agricultural, forestry and hydrological engineering.
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