The Master in Bioengineering programme follows on the Bachelor in Engineering (Bioengineering) with a minor in Environment. Access to this Master is also possible after a minor in â€œAgronomyâ€, providing a small adaptation of the programme that must be validated by the academic secretary.
Successful completion of this programme enables direct entry to other training programmes in the second and third cycles.
- Advanced Masters: the Advanced Masters in the field authorized by regulations in addition to those established by the University Development Commission (Commission Universitaire au Développment â€“ CUD) in the same field.
- Doctoral programmes: PHD in Agronomy and Bioengineering