Environmental engineering and modeling
The primary goal of this Master’s program is to develop forward-thinking strategies and solutions.
In their studies, students will deal with questions related to sustainability, conservation and development of protected resources like water, soil, and air, with using information technology to collect and process environmental data, and with simulating environmental and process-specific procedures.
Graduates may apply for senior civil service positions.
Students enjoy career prospects in the following areas:
- Engineering and planning offices
- Municipal administrations
- Consulting companies
Bachelor's or other graduate degree with an overall grade of 2.5 or better. The program will start in the summer semester, or in the winter semester upon request.
- Water and waste
- Buildings and energy
- Compulsory electives from the international planning task catalog
The standard program length, including the Master's thesis, is three semesters. The program requires 37 semester periods per week or 90 credits. There are two fields of study: Water and waste (WA) and buildings and energy (GE).
Both fields of study share a joint set of modules including four mandatory elements (law, project management, mathematics and information technology), and two elective elements from the electives catalog for international planning tasks.