This program trains agri-environmentalists (or agro-ecologists) whose role is to propose rational and sustainable solutions for the improvement of agricultural production activities and territorial management methods.

It combines traditional agronomic knowledge with other knowledge and skills, both scientific and technical, to address the current and future problems of our socio-ecological territories.

Practical information

Training: engineer in Agronomy and Agro-industries

Duration of the course: 2 years

Training location: Beauvais campus

Details of the courses

EU Project and change (7 ECTS credits)

  • Team management   
  • Business intelligence and strategic watch   
  • Project management   
  • Personal development   
  • Pedagogical project of professional situation

EU Internship (6 ECTS credits)

EU Soil and water protection (9 ECTS credits)

  • Water quality: explanatory factors and evaluation methods   
  • Soil management in agroecosystems   
  • Watershed hydrology

EU Agroecology concepts (8 ECTS credits)

  • Global approach of the farm and typologies of functioning   
  • Sampling methods, experimentation and univariate statistics practices   
  • Population genetics   
  • Population and community ecology


EU Project (7 ECTS credits)

  • Professionalization   
  • Pedagogical project of professional situation   
  • Job marketing

UE Concepts of ecology and biodiversity management (6 ECTS credits)

  • Conservation of biodiversity   
  • Ecology of restoration

EU Concepts of agroecology (7 ECTS credits)

  • Ecological engineering applied to water management   
  • International seminars   
  • Entomology applied to agroecology   
  • Valorization of organic waste

EU Tools for agroecologists (7 ECTS credits)

  • Environmental diagnosis of agricultural territories   
  • GIS applied to hydrology   
  • Data acquisition and practice of multivariate statistics

UE Valorization of the Assistant Engineer internship (3 ECTS credits)

  • Valorization of the Assistant Engineer internship


UE Specialization project (12 ECTS credits)

UE Territory analysis and diagnosis (3 ECTS credits)

  • Diagnosis and management of agroecosystems

UE Methods and tools of agroecology (4 ECTS credits)

  • Alternative for a sustainable agriculture   
  • Management, maintenance and restoration of waterways

UE Innovations and environment (4 ECTS credits)

  • Environmental, rural and local government law, regulations and standards   
  • GHG assessment and life cycle analysis   
  • Cost-benefit analysis for the monetization of ecosystem services

EU Actors of agroecological management (4 ECTS credits)

  • Project dynamics   
  • Personal professional project

EU Resource management (3 ECTS credits)

  • Soil and water resources: threats and pollution   
  • Soil engineering for soil restoration
  • Internship (6 months)
  • Dissertation writing (9 ECTS credits)
  • Dissertation presentation (9 ECTS credits)