After successful completion of the SET-BVM master program, the graduate meets the demands from academia on knowledge and understanding, application of knowledge and competences, judgement and communication, among others:
- Has the necessary theoretical, technical and managerial knowledge to evaluate a broad range of bioresources, conversion technologies and products in a value chain perspective on the basis of technical, economic and societal performance criteria.
- Knows how bioresource value chains operate technically, economically and socially and understands the need of value chain management.
- Knows how to combine collaboration next to competition to create economic value by bioresources.
- The professional has the attitude and is able to implement the concept of life-long-learning both in and outside the field of expertise buildup in the M.Sc. program.
- Is able to evaluate existing and newly designed (sustainable) bioresource value chains in the societal context taking into account the complexity of technical, social, economic and ethical issues.
- Knows the importance of coordination and collaboration and is able to manage complex networks of organizations with different backgrounds and interests.