Short profile of the course of study

 

Name

Georesources Management (M.Sc.)

Degree

Master of Science

Field of Specialisation
  • Environmental Management (UMA)
  • Resource Management (ROM)

Duration of Studies

4 Semesters

ECTS Credits

120

Start of Studies

  • Winter term (October 1 - March 31) or
  • Summer term (April 1 - September 30)

Application Deadline

  • For start in winter term:
    • Applicants from EU/EEA-countries*: July 15
    • Applicants from non-EU/EEA-countries*: March 1
  • For start in summer term:
    • Applicants from EU/EEA-countries*: January 15
    • Applicants from non-EU/EEA-countries*: September 1

* EEA countries include Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway.

Further Information concerning the application process

Capacity

40 Students

Admission Requirements

  • Bachelor of Science/Engineering with at least 180 ECTS.Of which at least:
  1. 45 ECTS in geoscientific modules
  2. 5 ECTS in geoscientific field work
  3. 20 ECTS in mathematical, chemical, and physical modules
  4. 5 ECTS in economic and jurisprudential modules
  5. A four-week professional external internship
  6. When choosing the field of specialisation Resource Management (ROM): English speaking and writing skills at B2 level of the “Common European Framework of Reference for Languages”
  • Interest in nature-related and geoscientific tasks
  • Interest in economic and legal coherences as well as statistical methods
  • Multidisciplinary thinking and writing skills
  • Good IT and language skills
  • Good verbal and written mode of expression

Language of Instruction

  • Environmental Management (UMA): German. Some lectures are taught in English
  • Resource Management (ROM): German and English

Further information regarding required language skills

Authorization with stipulations

Possible up to a maximum of 30 ECTS. The stipulations have to be fulfilled before registration of the Master's Thesis.

Costs

In addition to regular semester fees, around 500 Euros per year for field work

Mobility

The realisation of semesters abroad and practical semesters are strongly recommended. There are so called “Mobility modules” available for the appreciation of achievements abroad.

More Information

Curriculum (Studienverlaufsplan)

Handbook of Modules (PO 15)

Exam regulations