The Earths traditional spheres (lithosphere, pedosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere and biosphere) are increasingly being studied at their interfaces. Interdisciplinary research leads to new developments, that in turn give direction to further fundamental research. If you join the Master Earth and Environment programme, you learn to view the Earth as a coherent system, with intense and significant interactions between its compartments.
At the start of your Master Earth and Environment, together with your Study Adviser, you design your personalised MSc programme based on your choice of specialisation. The specialisation subjects range from a micro level to a global scale and are closely related to innovative research programmes at Wageningen. Your specialisation includes a number of courses that prepare you for your specific thesis subject at one of the ten Chair Groups. You also select other courses from other tracks or even outside the Master programmes to deepen or broaden your knowledge. Whichever path you select, you always gain an in-depth and broad view of the interactions in the field of Earth and Environment. You can choose from one of four specialisations listed on this page.
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