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Noragric PhD graduates are expected to be at the forefront of knowledge in international environment and development studies, and have a systematic understanding of scholarly theories and methods in the field. What will you learn? This PhD programme is at the heart of NMBU 's mandate with its focus on global challenges related to environmental and climate change, sustainable food production and natural resources management and the governance implications for people's rights and well-being.
Short description This programme integrates development issues with research on environmental problems and natural resource management, resource rights and conflicts, human security, environmental governance, agricultural development and food security.
The programme has a clear interdisciplinary profile both in recruitment of candidates and in the topics and problem areas investigated.
The PhD research is typically: Holistic in analysis, yet problem-oriented and practical in aim Pursued through interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches which make use of the specialised expertise offered by various academic disciplines Undertaken in partnership with local governments, institutions and groups Concerned with sustainability, equity and empowerment PhD Courses at Noragric and the Faculty of Landscape and Society:The Noragric Master thesis are the final theses submitted by students in order to fulfil the requirements under the Noragric Master programme “International Environmental Studies”, “International Development Studies” and “International Relations”.
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Noragric thesis seminar for M-DS are conducted in the spring term, second year of master programme. The seminars take place in a concentrated period from end of February/early March. Master’s Thesis 60 ECTS International Environment and Development Studies (Noragric) Is transparency the answer? A study of the impacts of transparency in the extractive This led me to identify themes and recurrent terms and topics within the main subject. The Noragric Master thesis are the final theses submitted by students in order to fulfil the requirements under the Noragric Master programme “International Environmental Studies”, “International Development Studies” and “International Relations”.
These are amongst the topics addressed. all groups prepare a 6 Minutes presentation of their work. In the second session.
cases/examples of master thesis at Noragric will be presented. pp. film. the group finalises and submits a.
EDUCATION Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Noragric. Making friends for life. Study Programmes. Bachelor International Environment and Development Studies Master International Development Studies International Environmental Studies International Relations. Thesis about sustainable livelihood program, A thesis submitted to the Faculty of Graduate Studies of the University of.
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