Master's Degree in Oenology in Vila Real in Portugal

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Oenology

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Oenology is an academic field focused on the art and science of winemaking. Coursework can involve studying the chemical reactions that happen as grapes become wine and learning the principles of wine production and marketing.

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Master's Degree in Oenology and Viticulture

Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro
Campus Full time 2 years October 2018 Portugal Vila Real

The main objectives of the master's degree in Oenology and Viticulture are: Advanced training, complementing and innovating the first cycle; Development of scientific, technological and professional skills of excellence; Improvement of the intervention capacity in the wine sector; Ability to plan, innovate and evaluate new techniques and processes or improve procedures in use; Mechanisms for critical analysis based on the vitivinicultural context; Progression in the formation and updating of knowledge and skills. [+]

The main objectives of the master's degree in Oenology and Viticulture are:

Advanced training, complementing and innovating the first cycle;Development of scientific, technological and professional skills of excellence;Improvement of the intervention capacity in the wine sector;Ability to plan, innovate and evaluate new techniques and processes or improve procedures in use;Mechanisms for critical analysis based on the vitivinicultural context;Progression in the formation and updating of knowledge and skills.

Schedule

Majority of the contact hours concentrated on Friday and Saturday (except for the Curricular Choice and Dissertation Units). Regulation of the Master Course (2nd Cycle) in Oenology and Viticulture published in the form of Notice nº 14407/2015, in the Diário da República, 2nd series, of December 9, 2015.... [-]