£40 per credit
The master’s degree in Terrestrial Ecology and Biodiversity Management is addressed to students interested in the processes involved in the functioning of terrestrial ecosystems and the options for mitigating their future deterioration in a context of global environmental change, and also to students interested in the management and conservation of biological natural resources (flora and fauna).
The master’s degree takes up one academic year (60 ECTS) and is divided into two specialisations: Terrestrial Ecology and Management and Diversity of Fauna and Flora (marine and terrestrial).
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