This innovative, multidisciplinary program in Desert Studies is structured to provide an integrated approach, offering students exceptional opportunities to pursue a combination of basic and applied research. Students are exposed to a wide range of disciplines complementary to their track of study.
The program offers the following tracks of study:
✔ Agriculture and Biotechnology of Drylands
✔ Irrigation and Plant Environment
✔ Ecology of Drylands (Relevant to students who have started their MSc studies before October 2016)
✔ Solar Energy and the Environmental Physics
✔ Environmental and Aquatic Microbiology
✔ Environmental Studies
Students are required to complete 42 credits including 12 Research Project credits.
The courses in the program are taught in English.