Agricultural Studies and Technologies

The Department of Agricultural Studies and Technologies offers opportunities for academic and personal development to students in scientific fields. They will actively learn about the innovative ways of interpreting and utilizing traditional agricultural from highly qualified and experienced faculty and by engaging with the local community. Tuscania has a long agricultural tradition that dates back to the Etruscans. Students will study organic methods of olive tree farming and olive oil production, learn how to obtain high quality food products using sustainable and environmentally responsible agriculture and understand the links between agriculture, economy, social work, and other disciplines.

Course Listing

Sustainable Forest Management
Agricultural Economics
Organic Agriculture
Multifunctionality of the Agricultural Sector
Mediterranean Sustainable Landscape Garden

Please note that this is a selection of LdM courses. Consult the current LdM Course Schedules for offerings by site and session, and the LdM Academic Catalog for a complete list of courses, descriptions, and prerequisites.