Master in Environmental Management
The New Interfaculty Master’s Degree Program “Environmental Management” is a joint initiative of three Warsaw University Faculties (Biology, Chemistry, and Management), in which the prepared, interdisciplinary scientific courses are focused on a modern approach to sustainable exploitation and the protection of the natural environment.
Students of the Interfaculty Master’s Degree Program “Environmental Management” will:
- gather complex theoretical and practical knowledge of legal, organizational, and social considerations of environmental protection, in agreement with the State Environmental Policy and the European Commission guidelines.
- learn the financial and economic measures of environmental management and protection, and acquire the ability to make decisions in the area of financial and legal aspects of environmental management, which includes project management, techniques of modeling and simulation in business processes, and advanced computer technology that is used in environmental management.
- know the biological basis of environmental management and protection, such as methods of determining protected areas, planning protective activities, and implementing agri-environmental programs.
- gather knowledge of the most up to date analytical technologies that are applied in soil, water, and air improvement and remediation.
- learn new, “green chemistry” technologies that are used in environmental biotechnology, materials engineering, and energetics.
- acquire information on sustainable natural resource exploitation (natural resource economics), methods of local and global environmental threats assessment, usage of strategic environmental assessment (SEA), environmental impact assessment (EIA), and environmental risk management (ERM).
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Last updated March 4, 2019
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