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Technical University of Munich Campus Straubing Master of Science (M.Sc.) Bioeconomy
Technical University of Munich Campus Straubing

Master of Science (M.Sc.) Bioeconomy

Straubing, Germany

4 Semesters

English

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EUR 62 / per semester *

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Introduction

Are you interested in sustainability? And how to combine it with business in a meaningful way? Then join our Master’s program in Bioeconomy at the TUM Campus Straubing!

The bioeconomy aims at a macroeconomic structural change towards a globally sustainable economic development. Part of this structural change is the transformation of the raw material base from fossil to biogenic resources. The use of renewable raw materials and microorganisms for food and energetic and material purposes thus forms the basis of the bioeconomy. The M.Sc. Bioeconomy trains experts who can understand, accompany and shape this change.

The thematic focus of the Master's program is on environmental, behavioral & innovation economics in combination with inter- and transdisciplinary elements. In addition to the core economic topics, extensive knowledge of sustainability and key technologies such as biotechnology, digitalization, energy technology, and process engineering is taught. This combination allows us to meet the future requirements of international, industrial, and complex value chains and systems (value networks) and their governance structures.

Graduates of the Master's program in Bioeconomy should be able to shape and further develop the structural change necessary within the framework of the basic bioeconomic concept on the way to a sustainable bio-based economy. The bioeconomy is based on the latest scientific findings and builds a bridge between technology, environment, society, and economy and their interactions and interactions. Therefore, in order to compete internationally and to contribute to the achievement of global sustainability goals an interdisciplinary knowledge and the ability to think globally is necessary.

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