rural development, third world agriculture, development theoriesPosition of the Course
The overall objective of this educational component is to familiarize students with the problem(s) of third world rural regions, and mainly to draw attention to the important part agriculture plays in Third World countries, in general, and in their development, in particular.Contents
To give evidence of an academic level of thinking and working. Proof of this is found in the successful completion of a Master's degree program, through which students are expected to have acquired a primary frame of thought that enables them to go deep into the scientifically sound study of the problems of conflict and development.
This educational component is not eligible for selection as a separate course nor as an optional course, unless the course is explicitly mentioned as a possible optional course in the course listings of your study or degree program.Final Competences
To have knowledge of the general conceptual framework concerning rural development.
Course notes are made available at the start of the academic year.References Teaching Methods
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