Our Geoscience & Remote Sensing department is involved in the following MSc programs:
MSc Applied Earth Sciences:
At the MSc programme Applied Earth Sciences, you study the part of the earth system that interacts strongly with society, namely the upper crust from a few kilometres depth up to the lower atmosphere. You will develop solutions to understand, monitor and predict processes within the earth system and to utilise earth’s natural resources in a responsible and sustainable way. The complete overview of the MSc Applied Earth Sciences you can read here.
- GRS discipline: Climate & Weather
- GRS discipline: Earth Observation
MSc Environmental Engineering:
The task of environmental engineers is to develop solutions to cope with the effects of environmental change; to protect citizens against environmental hazards such as air, soil and water pollution, heatwaves, floods and droughts, and to safeguard water supply and sanitation. The challenge for humanity is to ensure a sustainable and healthy urban and natural environment, based on the principles of a circular economy. The complete overview of the MSc Environmental Engineering you can read here.
- GRS Track: Atmospheric Environmental Engineering