This is a master degree in Natural Resources and Environmental Economics. The program allows students to specialize either in agriculture economics or marine resources economics. Elective courses relating to Ocean economics, Fisheries Economics, Marine policy, or Bio-economic modeling are offered. The program has basic training in microeconomics, mathematical and statistics tools, econometric and modeling techniques, and conceptual frameworks to address real-life issues.
It is a two year degree developed over two academic years on a full-time basis. The last semester of the Master constitutes a period of initiation to research or to professional activity in which participants work on their Master Thesis.