Fossil Fuel Economics

Fossil Fuel Economics is a Master’s degree programme aimed at training highly qualified specialists in traditional and non-traditional hydrocarbon sources of fossil fuels. The training is conducted using the most contemporary methodologies and methods which encompass fundamental and applied aspects of geology, prospecting, exploration and assessment of petroleum, solids and related raw materials. An important element is the training in legislative regulations, economics in the context of exploration and mining of mineral resources, environmental protection and sustainable development.

The graduates have the opportunity to continue their education as Ph.D. degree students; to become researchers in research institutes and laboratories, university lecturers; or to hold different managerial positions in governmental or economic structures.

Vocational field 5.8 Exploration, Mining, and Processing of Minerals
Course of study Fossil Fuel Economics
Educational and qualification degree Master
Vocational qualification Master in Fossil Fuel Economics
Form of study Full-time
Duration of study 1.5 years (three semesters)