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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.
The study of environmental economics is often concerned with how financial interests are affected by shifting ecological truths. Students should expect to investigate social aspects, such as environmental policy and law, and physical sciences, such as ecology and geography.
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The Master 2 in Environmental and Natural Resources Economics (ERNA) is providing with the analytical skills to assess, analyze and recommend economic policies and strategies to tackle environmental issues and manage natural resources.
A Master’s in Spatial, Transport and Environmental Economics offers excellent career prospects. Many graduates find jobs as policy economists with the government or consultancy firms such as KPMG and Ernst & Young. Opportunities also exist at organizations with an interest in economic subjects, spatial economics and transport such as KLM, Schiphol and Dutch Rail.
RESD offers a solid preparation in environmental economics, a critical understanding of the economics of sustainable development and of the complex interactions between economic decisions, market forces, governmental policies and the environment.
The Master degree in Environmental and Food Economics (EFE) is an internationally oriented high-quality programme designed to provide students with both an excellent academic background and a practical attitude. The degree guarantees a promising outlook for a future professional career in today’s challenging fields of the economics of sustainability and of the management of the agri-food system.