Professional fields, which define the Environmental Engineering MSc training program
|Economics and Humanities
|Environmental engineering knowledge
|Specialization provided by the training institute including thesis (that contains at least 6 credits for project practice in the complete master program)
Considering the specializations available, specific knowledge can be acquired in the following fields: environmental technology design and implementation; environmental problems in built environments; water quality protection; advanced noise and vibration measurement; advanced noise and vibration protection, air pollution control, waste management and recycling, health protection and work safety; protection of soil and geological medium; renewable energy; environmental impact analysis; design and operation of environmental and quality management systems which meet professional needs. The specialization provided by the training institute including a thesis comprises 50-60 credits, which contains at least 6 credits for project practice in the complete master program.
During the program, students have to complete a total amount of 120 credit points. This adds up to approximately 30 credits per semester. The curriculum contains the list of subjects (with credit points) and the recommended order of completing subjects, which takes into account the prerequisite(s) of each subject.