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Corso di laurea in Environmental and Food Economics

Presidente del corso di laurea: Prof. Alessandro Olper
Dipartimento di Scienze e Politiche Ambientali
Tel. +3902503 16481
e-mail: alessandro.olper@unimi.it
Docenti di riferimento: Prof. Alessandro Banterle, Prof. Francesco Bosello, Prof.ssa Valentina Raimondi
Collegio Didattico: elenco dei membri

Classe di appartenenza: LM-76 (Scienze economiche per l'ambiente e la cultura)
Accesso: libero, previa verifica dei requisiti curriculari
Durata: 2 anni (120 crediti)
Frequenza: consigliata
Tassa d'iscrizione: informazioni sul sito d'Ateneo
Sito web del Corso di Laurea: www.efe.unimi.it/

Presentazione del corso di laurea

The relationship between the environment, natural resources, and the agri-food system plays a central role in the development of modern societies. The issues of sustainable economic development, the management of natural and energy resources, and the sustainability of the agri-food system represent new economic and policy challenges. The Master degree in Environmental and Food Economics provides the conceptual and analytical tools for participants to be able to address those challenges. Advanced expertise in economics and business administration and management, quantitative methods, and specific theoretical and applied knowledge in environmental and natural resource economics and in the economics and management of the agri-food system is provided. The aim is to equip students with a solid understanding of the instruments to promote sustainable economic development, the management of natural resources (water, soil, energy), environmental and energy policies, working of the agri-food system, innovation in the agri-food sector, internationalization of agri-food companies, food safety and rural development. The Master degree in Environmental and Food Economics represents a novelty in the Italian university system, for it combines environmental economics and the economics of the agri-food sector, carefully selects the contents of its courses, and for being taught entirely in English.

Requisiti di accesso

To attend the Master programme in Environmental and Food Economics it is necessary to possess an adequate knowledge of mathematics, economics and statistics at the undergraduate level. The Master programme can be attended by students with an Italian three-year undergraduate degree (ex. DM 270/04 or equivalent ex. DM 509/99) in any one of the following classes:

  •  • Geografia (L-6),
  •  • Ingegneria civile e ambientale (L-7), Ingegneria dell’informazione (L-8), Ingegneria industriale (L-9), Scienze biologiche (L-13),
  •  • Scienze del turismo (L.15),
  •  • Scienze dell’amministrazione e dell’organizzazione (L-16), Scienze dell’economia e della gestione aziendale (L-18),
  •  • Scienze della pianificazione territoriale, urbanistica paesaggistica e ambientale (L-21), Scienze e tecnologie agrarie e forestali (L-25),
  •  • Scienze e tecnologie alimentari (L-26), Scienze e tecnologie chimiche (L-27), Scienze e tecnologie fisiche (L-30), Scienze e tecnologie informatiche (L-31),
  •  • Scienze e tecnologie per l’ambiente e la natura (L-32), Scienze economiche (L-33),
  •  • Scienze geologiche (L-34), Scienze matematiche (L-35),
  •  • Scienze politiche e delle relazioni internazionali (L-36),
  •  • Scienze sociali per la cooperazione, lo sviluppo e la pace (L-37), Sociologia (L-40),
  •  • Statistica (L-41), Storia (L-42),
  •  • Tecnologie per la conservazione e il restauro dei beni culturali (L-43).

Students having obtained an undergraduate degree in classes other than those listed above and students with foreign degrees are admitted to the programme subject to a favorable decision by the Didactic Committee or by an ad hoc committee named by it.
There are minimum requirements in order to be admitted to the programme:

  •  • - at least 6 ECTS credits in the area of mathematics and statistics (MAT/01 – MAT/09 – SECS-S/06);
  •  • - at least 6 ECTS credits in the area of economics and agricultural economics (AGR/01, SECS-P/01 – SECS-P/06, ING-IND/35);
  •  • - at least 6 ECTS credits in the area of management (AGR/01, SECS-P/07-SECS-P/11, ING-IND/35);

Students who do not comply with the above prerequisites can fulfill them by attending crash courses in the above areas to be held starting at the end of August (see official course’s website www.efe.unimi.it).
Students with foreign qualifications are expected to meet requirements equivalent to the minimum ones required from students with an Italian degree. The existence pre-requisites will be verified by a special committee appointed by the Didactic Committee.
Students meeting the above requirements are admitted to the programme and are invited to an interview for admission (in English). The interview, done remotely via electronic devices if necessary, is aimed at verifying the motivations of the candidates, the above mentioned skills and the knowledge of the English language.
Each applicant must submit his application for admission, a letter of motivation and at least one letter of recommendation (this apply only to foreign students).

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  Alimentazione e nutrizione umana
  Biotecnologie vegetali, alimentari e agroambientali
  Environmental and Food Economics
    Piano didattico
    Bacheca
    Esami
    Servizio tutor
  Scienze agrarie
  Scienze agroambientali
  Scienze della produzione e protezione delle piante
  Scienze e tecnologie alimentari
  Scienze viticole ed enologiche
  Progettazione delle aree verdi e del paesaggio
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