- Autumn and spring semesters
- One and a half years
- Special requirements
- Semester fee
Can environmental damages be avoided before they happen? What conclusions can be drawn from analysing a water sample? How high is the pollutant load caused by a particular plant? In this course students learn to work independently to find answers to these questions.
Environmental engineers are familiar with ways and processes to protect people from physical or chemical injuries and protect the environment from harmful pollution effects. They are tasked with preventing or reducing the hazards for people and the environment.
About the Course
|Degree||Master of Science (M.Sc.)|
|Duration||One and a half years (3 semesters)|
|Accredited by AQAS Cologne|
|Attendance||Full-time course, following undergraduate degree|
|Languages of instruction||German and English|
|Note||The course paves the way for a high level position in the civil service. If the necessary requirements are met, graduates may choose to pursue a Ph.D. programme at one of our partner universities.|
|Fees||Semester fee (same as for undergraduate courses)|