Vai alla Homepage del Portale di Ateneo Curriculum Global change ecology and sustainable development goals Second cycle degree/Two year Master in Sciences and Management of Nature


The course - entirely taught in English - enables students to investigate the ecological, social and economic implications of global changes on natural, agricultural and social resources with an interdisciplinary approach.
The course provides a solid theoretical and practical knowledge on core natural processes and how global changes affect them, but it also focuses on the increasing need to achieve sustainable development.
This track - born to respond to the emerging government requirements concerning natural resources and sustainable development - offers investigation methods and practical activities useful to develop a wide range of skills and trains future professionals to analyze and deal with issues relating sustainable development.

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  • Natural Environment Management and Conservation Expert

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5 reasons to enrol on the degree programme

To access an interdisciplinary academic, higher education focused on biological, environmental and socio-economic problems related to Global Change

To acquire expertise in several fields and international organisations in the environmental, economic and social management of G.C. and ecosystems

To develop international contacts by preparing the degree thesis abroad and to establish new relationships with international teachers and researchers

To develop useful skills to contribute to the construction of a better, more sustainable and balanced future for the planet's resources

To become scientists/managers dealing with complex issues to find mitigation/adaptation solutions with a multi-scale and multidisciplinary approach

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