Master Degree programme includes two pathways ENVIRONMENT and SOIL PROTECTION. The structure presents compulsory courses, ensuring that all students aquire a common base in fundamental topics, courses characterising each pathways and other optional modules to create personal study programme.

ENVIRONMENTAL CHANNEL
SOIL PROTECTION CHANNEL
This pathway is focus on air, water, soil and waste pollution management and provides a cultural and scientific background to use the appropriate techniques for monitoring pollution and remediation.
The aim of this pathway is to educate engineers in designing and managing works focusing on the prevention of extraordinary natural or induced events, as well as engineers who manage planning and assessment of the environmental interaction.
First Year-Autumn Semester ECTS First Year-Autumn Semester ECTS
Geology and geochemistry 6 Geology and geochemistry 6
Environmental fluid mechanics 6 Environmental fluid mechanics 6
River Engineering 9 River Engineering 9
Wastewater treatment 9 Wastewater treatment 9
First Year-Spring Semester First Year-Spring Semester
Remediation of contaminated sites 9 Remediation of contaminated sites 9
Solid Waste Management 9 Design of structures for environmental protection 9
Air pollution control 6 Coastal management and protection 6
Elective course 6 Elective course 6
Second Year-Autumn Semester Second Year-Autumn Semester
Modelling and control of environmental systems 6 Modelling and control of environmental systems 6
Environmental geotechnics 6 Environmental geotechnics 6
Environmental Project work 6 Soil Protection Project work 6
Elective course 6 Elective course 6
Elective course 6 Elective course 6
Second Year-Spring Semester 6 Second Year-Spring Semester 6
Environmental impact and life cycle assessment 6 Water resources management 6
Thesis work 24 Thesis work 24
ELECTIVE COURSES
Autumn semester
Ecotoxicology, Groundwater hydrology, Sustainable and renewable resources, Environmental electrical science, Geographical information systems,Geology and geophysics, Environmental acoustic
Spring Semester
Waste management in developing countries,International environmental law, Environmental hydraulics, Water supply treatment