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Students who want to work the land and soil in a variety of capacities may want to take classes in agricultural science. This area encompasses a wide variety of topics such as food and soil sciences as well as animal care.
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This Master has been designed to provide the student with advanced, specific and multidisciplinary training geared towards academic training, research and professionalization in Aquaculture. [+]
This Master has been designed to provide the student with advanced, specific and multidisciplinary training geared towards academic training, research and professionalization in Aquaculture. It will provide students with the basic knowledge, skills and skills that will enable them to design and carry out research in the field of aquaculture, design, manage and control marine and continental facilities, assess their environmental impact and respond to R & D & I of the sector, implementing strategies that allow the future development of the aquaculture industry.Why study the degree
Aquaculture is a strategic sector of economic development for Galicia that needs more and more day-to-day human resources of high level of training. There are already organizations such as the Galician Institute for Training in Aquaculture (IGAFA) that feed the labor market of excellent aquaculture technicians to different degrees, but both the industry and the administration need higher graduates that can mainly be incorporated both in companies and in Different public institutions (technological centers, research centers, universities, etc.) to perform R + D + i tasks in Aquaculture.... [-]