Waste Management and Treatment

Waste Management and Treatment is a broad-based and interdisciplinary course of studies that offers theoretical, practical, and applied specialised training on topical issues related to: the minimisation, treatment and recycling of municipal waste, as well as its disposal in accordance with the European legislation and the national regulations in  force; the management and processing of industrial and particularly hazardous waste, along with the accompanying utilisation of certain valuable components through the use of modern waste treatment technologies; management of the quality of water and soil, in conformity with their intended use, in accordance with the effective legislation, etc.

Taking a degree in this course of studies provides the graduates with knowledge and practical experience in natural and technical sciences owing to which they will find occupational fulfilment as specialists in the sectors of industry, ecology, various government and non-governmental organisations, as well as in the research area.

Vocational field 4.4 Earth Sciences
Course of study Waste Management and Treatment
Educational and qualification degree Master
Vocational qualification Engineer and Ecologist
Form of study Full-time
Duration of study 1.5 years (three semesters)