Master's and Doctoral Program

A master’s student requires 48 credits to complete the program. Students are given two options; either to pursue a Thesis Option or a Research Option, Students pursuing a master’s program under a Thesis Option, students enroll for a total of 38 credits of coursework and 10 credits of research study.

Full-time doctoral students are required to take a minimum of 84 credits that include a minimum of 18 credits of coursework with special study and 66 credits of thesis. Standard doctoral program is three and a half years or seven semesters. Normally a doctoral student starts their research during third semester of their study.

Department of Food, Agriculture and Bioresource

Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Change

Department of Development and Sustainability

Double degree program (1+ 1 Years)

Professional Master Program (1 year)