- an advanced scientific grounding
- an understanding of the fundamental links between the observation, modelling and monitoring of environmental phenomena
- an interdisciplinary approach
The teaching programme focuses on areas of study affected by both physical and chemical processes as well as the interactions between environmental disruptors and living organisms.
A new orientation will be available from September 2021: Earth surface processes in mountain regions
The Master's program includes compulsory courses organized in two core modules, targetting the acquisition of key methological and numerical skills.
The Master's students can choose between three orientation modules :
In the first year, students will take compulsory courses from two core modules and their chosen orientation module. In the second year, students complete free-choice courses along with their Master’s thesis.
This curriculum of 120 ECTS credits has a duration of four semesters after the Bachelor's degree. All compulsory courses are given in English (C1 recommended level).
Master of Science (MSc) in Environmental Geoscience, orientation in Natural hazards and risk
Master of Science (MSc) in Environmental Geoscience, orientation in Aquatic science