Doctoral Certificate Program in Agricultural Economics
The Doctoral Certificate Program in Agricultural Economics offers permanent, structured training of doctoral researchers in the field of agricultural and food economics.
An extensive range of modules provides the theoretical and methodological competencies to efficiently advance your research in agricultural and nutritional sciences topics. The current program provides an overview of upcoming events.
The curriculum is modular and comprises 30 credit points (CP). The courses are offered in block form and last usually one week. Upon successful participation in the doctoral program, a certificate is issued after completion of the dissertation.
The program is jointly conducted by numerous agricultural faculties and research institutes in Germany, as well as the Department of Economics and Social Sciences of the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, and the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zurich. The Leibniz-Zentrum für Agrarlandschaftsforschung (ZALF e.V.), Müncheberg, is an associated member. Please visit the website of the Doctoral Certificate Program for more information.
Other structural doctoral programs
As an alternative to enrollment in the Doctoral Certificate Program in Agricultural Economics, our doctoral researchers may join comparable structured doctoral programs in other disciplines. The selection of the most suitable program is made in consultation with the scientific supervisors.