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Master 2ème année TEAM-ACTORS : Transitions in Environmental and agrifood systems management

Niveau Master, Ingénieur, Doctorat Formation potentiellement éligible au CPF
This master program has been built on the basis of a prospective describing the evolution of the professions in environment with many professionals involved. Several observations have emerged: the environmental dimension is essential in public decision-making. Climate change and the preservation of resources (biodiversity, water, soil) require adapting the scenarios of development and spatial planning. Several laws (energy transition, biodiversity laws, the Water Framework Directive, etc.) provide an evolving regulatory framework. New agricultural models placing the environment at the center of technical practices are emerging. The productive question of agriculture comes back in public issues via food. Urban public decisions affect rural areas.

It has 2 specific characteristics that are necessary to approach complex environmental issues (natural resources management, food systems):

    the close link between engineering and social sciences in order to understand the complexity of processes linked to these objects: multi-stakes, multi-actors
    the approach to these issues at the systemic level of the territory.

Based on close interactions between the scientific world and the professional world, it responds to new public demands for a management of resources and territories responding to the major stakes of society in the environmental, agricultural and food fields.

Teaching units/common part (12 ECTS):
    Environmental analysis and prospective (8 ECTS)
    - Transition context
    - Analysis of environmental data
    - Environmental field project
    - Introduction to complex projects: characteristics and modalities of the field
    Professional project (2 ECTS)
    -  Literature Review
    Languages (2 ECTS)
    - LV1: English
    - LV2 : German, Spanish, Italian, ...

Teaching units/option (18 ECTS):
    Transition issues (5 ECTS)
    Social transitions and sustainability issues
    - New social and economic models in the north and south
    -  Supporting technical and social change
    Agroecology and place-based Food Systems (3 ECTS)
    - Multi-criteria analysis applied at farm scale
    - Territorial food systems
    - Complex Case Workshop No.1
    Actors and public actions, place-based development and governance (3 ECTS)
    - Public and Political Action - Agricultural and Food Issues
    - Public and political action - Development of rural territories
    - Complex Case Workshop No.2
    Engineering Tools (3 ECTS)
    - Methods and tools for qualitative data processing
    - Building collective action and agreement processes
    - Complex projects engineering
    Territorial development field project (4 ECTS)
Master thesis - 30 ECTS

Master mention agrosciences, environnement, territoires, paysage, forêt


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