This 2-year programme contains 120 ECTS credit units and leads to the joint diploma of International Master of Science in Soils & Global Change.
Language of instruction: English.
The IMSOGLO master programme is coordinated by the International Training Centre of the Faculty of Bioscience Engineering at Ghent University.
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This programme has two specialization options of 90 ECTS, to be chosen in advance (at application time) and to start after the 1st semester (30 ECTS).
- Specialization “Soil biogeochemistry and global change” is organized by Ghent University, the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna and the University of Göttingen and leads to a joint MSc-diploma issued by these 3 universities. More information here.
- Specialization “Physical land resources and global change” is organized by Ghent University and Aarhus University, and leads to a joint MSc-diploma issued by these 2 universities. More information here.
The full programme with courses can be seen below.
Master year 1
|SEMESTER 1||SOIL FUNDAMENTALS||GHENT UNIVERSITY||30 ECTS|
|Type||Course||Instructor||Study hours||Credits (ECTS)|
|Mandatory||Soil Chemistry||Filip Tack||135||5|
|Mandatory||Soil Physics||Wim Cornelis||135||5|
|Mandatory||Land Information Systems||Ann Verdoodt||135||5|
|Mandatory||Soil Genesis||Peter Finke||135||5|
|Mandatory||Applied Statistics||Aisling Daly||125||5|