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The Interinstitutional Master's Degree in Livestock Production (MIPPE) is proposed as a research-oriented program that seeks in its students the development of basic and applied research skills that lead to the solution of problems of livestock production, considering beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep, goats, poultry (poultry and poultry) and pigs.
The Master of Science in Plant Biotechnology Area Toxicology is a postgraduate program recognized by its HIGH QUALITY in the level of Consolidation granted by CONACYT in the National Program of Postgraduate Quality (PNPC).
The Master in Safety and Food Quality allows to adapt scientific knowledge in the food field to the legal provisions in continuous change and to update the norms of quality, applicable in the alimentary area. Studying this Master also allows to obtain knowledge about the diversity of food industries that exist in the market and the processes that apply to each of them.
The general objectives of this course of Master in Food Quality and Technology, the acquisition and further development of scientific and technical knowledge in Food Quality and Technology.
Are general skills in this MSc course the acquisition and further development of scientific and technical knowledge in various areas of animal production.
El Máster Universitario en Biotecnología Agroalimentaria de la Universidad Católica de Ávila persigue la formación y el entrenamiento del alumno en aspectos científicos y prácticos de este ámbito de la Biotecnología
In algorithmic biology laboratory headed by Professor Pavel Pevzner, University of California opened a specialized master's program in algorithmic bioinformatics
Centre: Faculty of Marine Sciences Qualifications: Master's Degree in Sustainable Management of Fisheries Resources. Type: Master. Rama Sciences. ECTS Credit Hours: 25
The Master in Bioinformatics and Modelling enables graduates to adapt to a variety of jobs in many fields of activity. Upon completing the program, they can pursue careers in the industrial sector (pharmaceuticals, biotechnologies, food, etc.) or in the public sector (environment and sustainable development, quality control, biosecurity, scientific outreach), or remain in the academic sector (teaching and research in secondary or post-secondary schools).
The Master’s Program in Plant Biosecurity offers students the expertise to understand and find solutions to these and other pertinent global biosecurity problems in a dynamic applied research setting.
Two Year Full-time Program. Each student will conduct a research project as approved by the College and submit a dissertation by the end of the second academic year. A Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture/Biological Science inappropriate subjects as Program Requirement.
Join a network of 5 universities, 12 research and industrial partners, with a strong international alumni community ! The ASC network aims at preparing students to become experts and develop international skills towards professional industrial careers in the spectroscopic characterization of matter and/or doctoral studies.
In this University Master's Degree, the first official Master to offer specialisation in research in the culinary, hospitality and food sector, you'll learn about the research methodologies used in the gastronomy sector and how to apply them in order to create innovative business propositions, managing multi-disciplinary teams. You'll also gain expertise in the development of new products and services, with a scientific-technological base. You'll acquire in-depth knowledge of the market and you'll be able to identify new business models. This Master's Degree will also open the doors to teaching and doctoral studies.
The English Master’s Program of Agronomy ("EMPA"), established in Fall 2017, provides a unique opportunity to prospective candidates aspiring to become future global leaders in the field of agronomy. All EMPA courses and lectures are offered in English to prepare students to face real-life challenges of the global economy. Our expert team of English-speaking professors and lecturers are trained to equip each student with the English skills necessary to compete in both the academic and professional fields. We are confident that EMPA is the leading international program in the field of agronomy.
The way food is produced, processed and what is eaten has changed significantly over time. Whereas it is likely that our great-grandparents ate predominantly local and seasonal foods, today, it is estimated that the average meal travels over 2,400 km, from a field to fork. As our food is transported around the world, it is subject to myriad rules and regulations.