Graduate programme overview

The graduate, MSc level programme in Environment Protection Engineering is available to people who had graduated with a Bachelor of Science (BSc) Degree. It is primarily addressed to the alumni of the Undergraduate (BScEng) Programme in Environmental Engineering or other undergraduate programmes in engineering, such as civil, mechanical or chemical engineering. Candidates to the Programme are accepted on the basis of their Bachelor degree examination results. Detailed admission requirements are specified in the Admission Regulations for graduate programmes at Environmental Engineering laid down in the Resolution of the Faculty Board. The graduate programme in Environment Protection Engineering lasts three semesters and leads to Master of Science in Engineering (MSc Eng) Degree. The whole programme comprises 900 hours and 90 ECTS credits.

The tuition fee for MSc programme is 5000 PLN per year for EU citizens and 3000 Euro per year for Non-EU citizens.

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The first and second semesters of the graduate programme give in-depth knowledge in mathematics, physics and chemistry. Moreover, several specialized engineering courses cover specific topics within the field of environment protection engineering. The main topics are as follows: monitoring of the environment, environmental protection management, spatial planning, applied climatology and global climate change, groundwater protection, land reclamation and development, pro-ecological technologies, municipal solid waste treatment technologies. Theses compulsory courses are supplemented by some elective courses during the third semester. The scientific and engineering courses are completed by social sciences topics.

The third semester is mostly dedicated to work on the final project and preparation of a master thesis on the scientific topic chosen by the students and accepted by their academic supervisors. The master thesis is credited with 20 ECTS points. The completed Master Thesis should demonstrate acquired scientific and technical skills and understanding of environmental issues. The thesis is presented for review, assessment and examination by the Faculty Examination Board.

 

 

 

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