Colleges and Universities Offering Master of Science in AgriFood Sustainability and Technology in Ireland

  • Course Name: Master of Science in AgriFood Sustainability and Technology()
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Institutions Offering Master of Science in AgriFood Sustainability and Technology

  • National University of Ireland National University of Ireland, Galway  
    Course Outline:
    The MSc (AgriFood Sustainability & Technology) is a highly innovative one-year taught postgraduate programme, which begins in September each year. Semester 1 is comprised of the following taught modules: (a) PAB5117: Understanding Ireland’s Agriculture & AgriFood Sector; (b) PAB5115: AgriFood Sustainability & Agri-Resilience Challenges; (c) PAB5116: Understanding AgriBusiness & AgriFood Market Trends; (d) PAB5114: AgriFood Career, Communication & Impact Pathway Skills; (e) PAB5122: Food Systems, Diets, Nutrition & Technology; (f) PAB5125: One Health; and (g) PAB5123: Designing and Writing a Sustainability Research Fellowship Proposal. In Semester I students will also take the (h) PAB5121 module: Writing a Review Article on a Sustainable Development Topic, which will span into Semester 2. In Semester 2, students will take the following modules: (i) PAB5126: AgriEngineering, Agritech & AgriInformatics, (j) PAB5127: Geospatial Analysis and Remote Sensing; (k) PAB5128: Data Analysis for Sustainability Research.

    To complete 60 ECTs of taught modules, students can select one of the two optional modules: (l) PAB5129: Writing and Publishing a Peer-Reviewed Sustainability Research Article (Semester 2) or (m) BI5108: Green Lab Principles and Practice (Semester 1 &2). During Semester 2 and until the end of the program each student will conduct a minor research project on “Agrifood Sustainability & Technology” (PAB5124 module) which will be co-supervised by expert members of the MSc (AgriFood Sustainability & Technology) programme committee along with experts from partner research groups in the NUI Galway Plant & AgriBiosciences Research Centre (PABC), Ryan Institute, or from external partner organizations and companies in Ireland (e.g., Teagasc) and globally. Students will be assessed by a combination of written exams and continuous assessment.

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