Organic Agriculture (MOA) / MSc

Common part

Common Part

The Common Part does not apply to specialization C - Double Degree Agroecology.
RO-0: Choose in consultation with your study adviser courses if these or equivalent courses have not been part of your BSc-programme. Introduction to Organic Production Systems (FSE-21806) is designed for students with a social sciences background, Organic Agriculture and Society (FSE-21306) is designed for students with a natural sciences background. It is not allowed to include both Introduction to Organic Production Systems (FSE-21806) and Organic Agriculture and Society (FSE-21306) into your MOA-programme. >RO-1: Choose in consultation and agreement with your study adviser either RO-1A or RO-1B:
- RO-1A focuses on consultancy and business.
- RO-1B focuses on research proposal writing and funding.
YMC-60300 is an 'umbrella' code. Instead, choose and register for 3 credits worth of modular skills (MOS) courses. For an overview of possible MOS courses please see under YMC-60300 in the study handbook.
RO-2: these courses are compulsory for students who choose specialization A or B

FSE-21806Introduction to Organic Production Systems6.00RO0M11AF
FSE-21306Organic Agriculture and Society6.00RO0M11MO
MCB-20806Principles of Consumer Studies6.00RO0M11MO
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO0M11MO, 1AF, 5MO, 6MO
YPS-10301Wageningen Scientific Preparation Week MPS, MPB, MOA1.00RO0M11WD
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO0M13WD, 4WD
YMC-60300Modular Skills Training3.00RO1AM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YMC-60809Academic Consultancy Training9.00RO1AM1/21WD, 2WD, 3MO+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
YWU-60312Research Master Cluster: Proposal Writing12.00RO1BM1/21WD, 2WD, 3WD+4WD, 5WD, 6WD
CSA-33303Masterclass Organic Agriculture3.00RO2M11WD+2WD+3WD+4WD+5WD+6WD
RSO-34806Social Transformations towards Sustainable Food Systems6.00RO2M12AF
SBL-33306Functional Agricultural Resource Management6.00RO2M12MO