Balancing growth and sustainability

Environmental Studies now stand front and centre in our analysis of future competitiveness. Man-made climate change is a critical modern challenge, and the way companies deal with it defines their public image. Our master programme in Environmental Management and Sustainability (in founding phase, master programmes will start in 2018) tackles core issues: carbon footprint, climate modelling, environmental ethics, biodegradable materials, the challenges of mobility and of megacities.

Be a Change Maker

For the sake of future generations, we must develop innovative environmental solutions in both technology and policy. The biggest issue facing sustainability management is to balance conservation interests with demand for economic growth. Our master programme gives a broad grounding in natural sciences, social sciences and environmental ethics - for understanding climate change, its decision-making processes and its solutions.

Executives and young professionals tackle the challenges for transitioning their companies to true sustainability. Graduates are prepared for managing sustainable product development in the producing industries and in CSR, visioning and redesigning structures for business, government and the non-profit sector.

Director of Studies

We all sense that our environment is changing. We are not merely talking about the possibility of global warming. Therefore, we are obliged to develop practical solutions to help us deal with the consequences of climate change and guarantee a secure future for humanity.

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Kropp
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Questions & Answers

Here are the most commonly asked questions, which help you gather the information you need to study in Berlin or Salzburg.

 

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What are the tuition fees?

A. Environmental Management and Sustainability (Master of Science) 6 Trimester: €48.000,- (six-trimester full-time study with integrated practical projects)
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Structure of the Study

A. The master programme Environmental Management and Sustainability is divided into 14 modules and comprises 76 trimester hours per week (HPW) with an overall performance of 120 credit points (ECTS).
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What course types are offered?

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The following types of courses are offered:
  •  Lectures (LECT): theoretical-scientific, methodological and technical knowledge are conveyed.
  • Exercises (EXER): deepens acquired knowledge and applies them in theory.
  • Seminar (S): group lessons for joint development of a theoretical, academic and/or methodological and/or practical group themes. The active participation of students, play an essential role in seminars.
  • Project (PROJ): independent realisation of scientific or practical projects.
  • Colloquium (COL): scientific or artistic-practical group discourses with scientific or methodological and artistic will be developed.
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Which Degree will I receive?

A. Master of Science (M.Sc.)
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