University of Illinois offering professional science master's program in bioenergy

April 25, 2011 |

In Illinois, the Center for Advanced Bioenergy Research at the University of Illinois is in the third year of offering a bioenergy curriculum via the professional science master’s program. In addition to receiving training in the general field of bioenergy, students gain relevant professional experience in business and related topics through coursework and an internship.

Students may choose from four specialty areas: Plants, Soils and Feedstocks; Production, Processing and Use; Environment, Economics and Policy & Law; Tools and Methods. Applicants should have a baccalaureate degree in a recognized field of biological, physical, agricultural, socio-economic or engineering science.

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