he Agrofood Chain Master’s degree was created in 2006-2007. It has been widely recognized since that date at national and international levels. The coordinators of the master’s are willing to better meet the expectations of students and particularly promote their integration into the world of work. The syllabus is articulated around the three pillars of agronomy, economics and ecology applied to the food industry.
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