Second degree studies
FOR WHOM WAS RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES, WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT SPECIALISATION CREATED?
The specialisation is addressed mainly to graduates of first degree studies in Environmental Protection, Environmental Engineering, Spatial Management and other technical, agricultural, forestry and natural science faculties. The specialisation was created for people interested in the RES (renewable energy sources) market, including the use of wind energy, photovoltaics or biofuels.
PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF THE PROFESSION
You will gain a highly specialised qualification in system design and planning system for the integrated use and application of diverse renewable energy sources. This is one of the most dynamically developing branches of the energy economy. In Poland, the rate of growth of RES is currently the highest in Europe which helps reduce environmental pollution.
We focus on modern teaching methods, so within this specialisation we train your skills in close connection with the ability to program, implement and supervise new solutions in the field of water, sewage and waste management. This will enable you to effectively care for the planet, and in turn care for the future of generations to come.
Water and sewage management in the enterprise
English for specific purposes
Renewable and unconventional energy sources
Legal requirements of energy management
Programming of waste management logistics
The processing of waste materials
Financing environmental projects
Evaluation of the efficiency of renewable energy sources
Design of renewable energy facilities
Modelling for environmental sciences
Organisation and functioning of the nature protection system
Waste management organisation
Water pollution and reduction methods
Environmental protection policy
Environmental protection law and economics
Air pollution and methods of its reduction
Intellectual property protection
Consultation and writing the diploma paper
Environmental impacts of energy and waste management
Organic and physical chemistry
Workplace safety and ergonomics