Degree Programmes Offered.
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  • CE1: Master basic general knowledge in the branch of science.
  • CE2: Be aware of the time and space dimensions of environmental processes.
  • CE3: Be able to plan, design, develop and coordinate environmental projects.
  • CE4: Be able to integrate experimental evidence found in field and/or laboratory studies with theoretical knowledge.
  • CE5: Show abilities for the planning, management, conservation and restoration of the natural environment.
  • CE6: Be able to assess the impact of environmental projects, plans and programmes, and know how to prepare and implement environmental impact studies.
  • CE7: Know the basic principles of land-use planning and management.
  • CE8: Know the principles of sustainable development and their integration into the socioeconomic sphere.
  • CE9: Use and develop instruments of environmental and ecological economics, including those for the identification and assessment of environmental costs.
  • CE10: Know certified environmental management systems.
  • CE11: Know techniques for the prevention and control of pollution.
  • CE12: Be able to design and implement environmental awareness and communication programmes.
  • CE13: Participate in the design and implementation of environmental policies.
  • CE14: Apply environmental legislation and participate in its development.
  • CE15: Use geographic information systems and other tools and software with environmental application.
  • CE16: Be able to design and apply environmental monitoring tools and methodologies.
  • CE17: Know the principles and techniques of environmental restoration and rehabilitation.