MSc in Environmental Engineering
at the Faculty of Environmental Engineering and Spatial Management
Award: Master of Science
Duration: 3 semesters (full-time)
Tuition Fee: 4200 EUR (1400 EUR per 1 semester)
Start date: October 2018
This course is suitable for students interested in both technical problems and life sciences. This is a practice-related higher education course teaching how to integrate environmental knowledge and technical measures to reduce the negative impact of human activity on the environment. The program focuses on rural areas, but also includes a wide range of problems in industrial and urban landscape.
The Environmental Engineering and Protection studies provide a comprehensive training in rational management of natural resources, but also in forecasting, assessing, preventing and amending the effects of human impact on the environment. Studies are interdisciplinary, related to ecological and environmental principles integrated with engineering solutions and involving state-of-the-art technologies. Graduates have knowledge on methods how to reduce the negative impact of human activity using biological and technical measures. The program of this course focuses particularly on the rural environment, but also includes a wide range of problems in industrial and urban landscape. The study program includes issues related to the theoretical and practical aspects of environmental protection and engineering, which is divided into seven subject groups.
Graduates are prepared to apply a wide range of techniques used in environmental control and to prepare environmental impact assessment reports. They can also work in different companies dealing with environmental engineering, construction and installations, water engineering and environmental infrastructure development. They are well prepared to work in different municipal enterprises. They can work in planning agencies and administration.
- Ecological Applications
- Environmental Assessment and Monitoring
- Pollution control
- Ecosystem Restoration
- Technical Infrastructure Development
- GIS and Spatial Planning
Candidates for registration in this MSc. course must first hold at least a Bachelor of Science degree in any of the following areas:
- Environmental Engineering
- Environmental Protection
- Environmental and Life Sciences
- Spatial planning
- Civil Engineering