A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
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The master in Ecohydrology aims to create specialists with a transdisciplinary vision of global water issues, including ecosystem functioning, understanding of the pressures on aquatic ecosystems under global changes and that are able to develop and to implement sustainable solutions for restoration of aquatic ecosystems. [+]
The master in Ecohydrology aims to create specialists with a transdisciplinary vision of global water issues, including ecosystem functioning, understanding of the pressures on aquatic ecosystems under global changes and that are able to develop and to implement sustainable solutions for restoration of aquatic ecosystems. Graduates from the master in Ecohydrology will be able to develop their professional activities in research institutes, universities and public or private institutions or companies dealing with water resources and management.[-]
Master Degree in Environmental Biology and Ecosystem Management [+]
Free access with verification of the suitability of staff preparationInternationalization
Course with international curriculumTongue
Italian (English for some courses, if foreign students are enrolled)Delivery mode
ConventionalAgreed universities Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (France) [-]
Specialized workers in forest ecosystem management participate in the definition, management and resolution of various types of problems in order to contribute to the implementation of sustainable forest development. [+]
They provide sustainable ecosystem management and forest planning, taking into account in their principles and management practices the needs of multiple users, interest group demands, land-use objectives and the protection of forest ecosystems. .
In this perspective, this multidisciplinary master's degree is aimed at candidates who wish to become professionals specialized in the sustainable management of forest ecosystems. Through active teaching methods that integrate the ecological, economic and sociological dimensions, students will develop their skills in defining, managing and solving complex problems.... [-]