University of Koblenz-Landau

Environmental Pollution Management - Ecotoxicology

M.Sc. (Master of Science)
Subjects: Biology, Environmental Studies, Chemical Engineering, Process Technology, Ecology, Chemistry, Crop and Soil Management, Ecosystem Sciences, Earth Science
M.Sc.
Degree
120
ECTS
English
English only
Language
Winter semester: 15 Jun, 15 Jul - 15 Oct
Application Deadlines
2 Years (starting: Winter semester)
Duration
Free
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Starting
Winter semester
Mode of admission:
without admission restriction
Application:
uni-assist
Study mode:
On campus

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Five Reasons to choose this Master's Program


Become an expert on how chemicals pollute the environment
Throughout this master’s program, students learn how to integrate important concepts of Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Toxicology, Ecology, and Pollution Management with topics in Social Sciences and Economics.
Access a great variety of career opportunities
Graduates of this master’s program work in leading positions in scientific facilities, research institutes, public offices, ministries with a regulatory role, non-governmental organizations, industrial companies, and consulting enterprises. Moreover, they can also choose to continue their academic careers with a Ph.D.
Become a certified Environmental Risk Assessor
Students of this program not only receive a M.Sc. in Environmental Pollution Management from the University of Koblenz-Landau - they also receive the full credits for the Certification of Environmental Risk Assessors (CRA) program of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.
Be part of a highly international program
This master’s program is taught completely in English with students from over 70 different countries that share their backgrounds and experiences.
Choose two exciting specialization areas
Students get to choose two out of six specialization fields: Applied Environmental Chemistry & Environmental Physics, Chemistry, Data Analysis & Advanced Modeling, Applied Ecology, Geoecology, and Socioeconomics & Environmental Management.

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