The Master's degree in Agricultural Engineering (MUIA) qualifies students as Agricultural Engineers, while the Master's degree in Health and Vegetable Production (MUSPV) is oriented at acquiring skills required in the fields of health technology and agricultural production. The course plan of both degrees adopts a multidisciplinary academic approach and includes features for both professionals and researchers.
The double degree is an opportunity to acquire the skill sets of both masters in an integrated academic plan. That too, in a shorter time and at a lower cost than doing both masters individually. Therefore, instead of completing 102 ECTS in the MUIA and 60 ECTS in the MUSPV, MUIA students must complete only 133 ECTS in total.