Faculty of Power and Electrical Engineering
During the recent years environmental science has become an important scientific area which put the effects on development of society and development of other scientific fields. Environmental pollution has created significant threats for the society, therefore there is a need to put the emphasis on environmental protection activities at all levels. Environmental Science study programme is developed to prepare technological specialists which are able to reach sustainable development levels in environmental protection and to follow the advances in national and regional economy progress in a sustainable way.
- Lectures include creative teaching methods as role-play games, case studies, computer simulations, modeling, environmental monitoring etc.
- Students are provided with site visits to manufacturing companies, power stations, cogeneration plants, landfill sites etc.
- Lectures by young and creative lecturers that have gained experience abroad,
- Fully equipped laboratories available for study, research and experiments in a newly built faculty building
Graduates have many career opportunities as leading environmental and energy experts in engineering companies, municipalities, ministries, environmental quality surveillance institutions, senior scientists in scientific institutes, superiors (managers) in companies and state institutions, decision makers, evaluators of scientific achievements, experts of international organisations, etc.
Master of Environmental Science or Engineering
|Degree awarded:||Doctor of Environmental Science|
|Academic volume:||192 CP / 288 ECTS|
|Duration:||4 years (full-time)|
|Faculty:||Power and Electrical Engineering|
A Compulsory study courses 15.0 CP / 22.5 ECTS
|EAS601||Modern Environmental Problems. Solutions. Modelling||15.0||22.5|
B Compulsory elective study courses 21.0 CP / 31.5 ECTS
B1 Field-specific study course 21.0 CP/ 31.5 ECTS
|EEA682||Ecological Aspects of Energy Technology||9.0||13.5|
|EEA695||Modeling of Energy Systems||6.0||9.0|
|EES663||Automation and Optimization of Electric Power Systems||9.0||13.5|
|EAS604||Environmental Politics. Theoretical Aspects of Climate Technologies||9.0||13.5|
|EAS602||Life Cycle Analysis||6.0||9.0|
|EEA681||Power Systems Optimum Development||6.0||9.0|
|EEA693||Energy Efficiency. Advanced Course||9.0||13.5|
|EEA301||Heat and Mass Transfer Processes and Technologies||6.0||9.0|
|EEA696||Energy Technology. Advanced Course||6.0||9.0|
|EEA697||Demand Side Management. Advanced Course||6.0||9.0|
|EAS606||Solar Energy Systems||6.0||9.0|
|EAS605||Biohydrogen System Analysis||6.0||9.0|
C Free elective study courses 6.0 CP / 9.0 ECTS
E Final examination 150.0 CP/ 225.0 ECTS