The Master's Degree in Agronomic Engineering qualifies students to work as Agronomists, while the Master's Degree in Agri-food and Environmental Economics is aimed at the acquisition of the necessary skills to carry out professional work in the field of environmental consultancy, management of agri-food companies and public management. In addition, the master's degree aims to train future researchers so that its graduates can go on to doctoral studies.
The syllabus of both degrees has a multidisciplinary academic orientation that includes both professional and research aspects. The double degree allows students to acquire the competencies of both master's degrees through an integrated academic pathway. All of this in a shorter time and at a lower cost than that of obtaining both master's degrees individually. Thus, an MUIA student, instead of taking the 102 ECTS of the MUIA and the 60 ECTS of the MUEAMA, only takes a total of 134 ECTS.