Environmental Sciences MSc
Faculty of Engineering
University of Pannonia
The main objective of the programme is to train professionals who have a broad knowledge across traditional science disciplines and use of tools of scientific research to study and solve environmental issues. Special courses are devoted to developing skills in science communication and facilitating the selection of a thesis topic. Core courses mostly consist of classes in various types of instrumental material analysis, complemented by a summer field course, providing skills that are much sought after in the labour market.
Students may choose either the Atmospheric Environment or the Limnology specialization. Typically, students in both specializations pursue independent research under the guidance of a faculty member. In order to develop a researcher's attitude, students participate in scientific conference and in the social life of the departments that are involved in the program.
The basic modules of the curriculum are presented below as required by the academic and output requirements.
1. Basic courses:
Applied mathematics, physics and chemistry of geospheres, global and regional changes, applied ecology
2. Core courses:
Environmental sampling, techniques for environmental analysis, materials in the environment, types of pollution, environment and society (legal, economic, communication and finance issues), field practice
3. Specialized courses:
Specializations: atmospheric environment; limnology
Interested in the details? Find out more on the faculty's webpage!
Applicants are required to produce evidence of English language proficiency.
Tuition fees for this program are €1500 per semester for EU students and €1900 per semester for non-EU students.