BSc in Green Technologies and Monitoring

General

Program Description

Degree to be obtained

Bachelor of Science

Duration

3.5 years

Program description

Students will gain practical as well as theoretical knowledge covering all fields of green and new technologies and environmental analysis and monitoring. The students will have a solid understanding of environmental and analytical chemistry, ecology, and process engineering. The course will focus hands-on laboratory experience and skill-set based engineering project work.

Entry Requirements

- Completion of high school (12 or more years of education since primary school). Basic knowledge of English, mathematics, physics and chemistry.

Career opportunities

Any laboratory-based employment, such as laboratory technician/assistant. Any work in any environmental regulatory bodies, or government agencies. As a chemical engineer, or process engineer the prospective student will find work in industry in the planning, control and construction of processes. Also in industry the student may find work in quality control quality management Otherwise the student may find work as a chemical service, or sales engineer.

Contact

FACULTY OF CHEMISTRY Gdañsk University of Technology Address: ul. G. Narutowicza 11/12, 80-233 Gdañsk, Poland

Last updated Feb 2018

About the School

Gda?sk University of Technology (Polish: Politechnika Gda?ska) is a technical university in Gda?sk-Wrzeszcz, and one of the oldest universities in Poland. It has nine faculties and with 41 fields of s ... Read More

Gda?sk University of Technology (Polish: Politechnika Gda?ska) is a technical university in Gda?sk-Wrzeszcz, and one of the oldest universities in Poland. It has nine faculties and with 41 fields of study and more than 26 thousand undergraduate, as well as about 400 doctoral students. It currently employs 2500 people, including 1200 academic teachers. The rector of the university is professor Henryk Krawczyk. Gda?sk University of Technology is also one of the most popular universities among young people. Read less