Masters Degree Study Departments
Master’s degree in Geography and Environmental Studies
Learning period: Research track: 2 years, Non-research track: 1 year | Registration Status: open for Fall semester 2021-2022 | Department web site1
Studies in the department deal with physical, environmental, and human phenomena.
Students acquire theoretical, factual and applied knowledge as well as research tools and skills, through classroom lessons, field days, and practical experience in the department’s labs.
A wide variety of subjects are researched and studied in the department, such as: geology, geomorphology, climate, ecology and environment, water resources, cultural, social, urban and historic geography, tourism, environmental planning and policy, geographic information systems, remote sensing, and dealing with states of emergency.
Students enrolled in the Master of Arts can choose between a thesis track or a non-thesis track, in the following programs: Specialization in Planning and Development of Tourism Resources, Environmental Geography for teachers, Specialization in Emergency Management, Specialization in Fire Studies, and Specialization in Water Studies. There is also an option for a personal track.