Food security presents different challenges in different parts of the world, from a growing number of large-scale high-external input farms which are producing for the world market, to the existence of small-scale subsistence-oriented farms that produce for local markets, where the poor and rural population buy their food. Many answers to the problems of food-distribution systems are provided in this programme.
This one-year course consists of a nine-month teaching period and a three-month research project culminating in a thesis. It involves a series of competency-building modules that advance your disciplinary expertise and hone your professional skills. Study load per module is expressed in European Credits (EC). The total programme requires 1,960 study hours, and leads to the award of 70 EC.
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