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Bachelor programmes

Environmental Chemistry and Technology

Environmental Chemistry and Technology

Bachelor Study Sub-programme, Faculty of Environmental Technology

Overview

The programme comprises all fundamental areas of chemistry and environmental chemistry and of all related disciplines as ecology, hydrochemistry, waste water treatment, atmospheric chemistry and environmental microbiology. A principle of sustainable development represents an important part of the study curriculum with a special emphasis on its biological, chemical and technological aspects. Economical facets of environmental protection are also included in the programme as well as computer and software skills.

Careers

Due to a wide choice of semi-optional and optional courses the graduates of the programme are ready to take jobs in many branches of human activities. They can be employed in administration, in industrial and agriculture companies, in research, development and design institutions and also in customs and transportation companies. They can hold positions in communication media requiring an engineering approach to ecological problems or take various managing positions. The graduates are well prepared for Master of Science degree studies in related branches.

Details

Study Language English
Duration 3 years
Form of study full time
Place of study Praha
Capacity None students
Study Programme Chemistry and Technology (code B2843)
Study sub-programme code 2805R014
Suggested subsequent study in sub-programmes Environmental Technology and Engineering
 
 
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