Master in Energy Sources and Environment Protection
The master program "Contemporary energy sources and environment preservation" with duration of 2 semesters is appropriate for students with an acquired educational-qualificational degree "bachelor" of physics.
The master program "Contemporary energy sources and environment preservation" with duration of 4 semesters is appropriate for students graduated from other bachelor programs that give good mathematics preparations as in mathematics, informatics, chemistry, computer systems and technologies and other engineering specialties. The qualificational characteristics defines the professional profile and realization of specialist with educational-qualificational degree "master" of physics, as well as the requirements towards the students during their preparation.
The curriculum of the master program was developed in line with state educational requirements and European educational norms and trends. It consists of obligatory, optional and elective disciplines that dive theoretical and applied knowledge in modern areas of physics and its application in other sciences, and in production.
The master program in "Contemporary energy sources and environment preservation" prepares for work in environmental laboratories, epidemiological inspection, environment monitoring stations, companies that use alternative energy resources, research institutions (in relation to physics, chemistry, biology, geology) that use physical methods of environment monitoring and control. The master degree allows the graduates to be employed as specialists in research organizations, physicist, designers of solar installations, chief of laboratory, researcher, assistant professor and lecturer in higher schools after an admission examination.
Requirements Toward Specialist Preparation
Following "Contemporary energy sources and environment preservation" master program the students acquire fundamental and specialized knowledge in the area of physical problems of environments, ecology, cosmic physics, biophysics, alternative energy resources, photoelectronics, biophysical methods of environmental control, radioecology, solar energy, etc. During their studies the students acquire also theoretical and applied knowledge and skills in microprocessors, computer architecture, computer modeling and WEB design, communication and information technologies.
The students should have skills that allow them to work in laboratories for complex environmental monitoring.