Learning outcomes of the doctoral programme

Learning outcomes of the doctoral programme

  • IUP1:To apply advanced mathematical, statistical, geophysical, chemical or information principles in research, development of ideas, methods, technological solutions or processes related to the science field of mining, petroleum and geological engineering and the scientific field of geology.
  • IUP2:Mining branch: to demonstrate systematic understanding and use of scientific and research skills and methods in mining and geo-technics applicable in research, exploitation, and processing of primary and secondary.
  • IUP3:Geological Engineering branch: to demonstrate systematic understanding and use of scientific and research skills and methods in geological engineering applicable in hydrogeology or engineering geology
  • IUP4:Geology field: to demonstrate systematic understanding and use of scientific and research skills and methods in geology applicable in research of mineral raw materials deposits (hydrocarbons or solid raw materials).
  • IUP5:Petroleum Engineering: to demonstrate systematic understanding and use of scientific and research techniques and methods in petroleum engineering applicable to exploration, development and exploitation of hydrocarbon or geothermal water reservoirs, as well as in related energy or environmental protection fields.
  • IUP6:To demonstrate the ability to collect and process relevant data for scientific research related to the field of mining, petroleum, and geological engineering and the scientific field of geology.
  • IUP7:To critically analyse, evaluate and implement the synthesis of new and complex ideas from the area where scientific research is conducted in order to develop the dissertation.
  • IUP8:To present, communicate and explain the results of scientific research to colleagues, scientists and the wider community.
  • IUP9:To publish original results of the conducted scientific research in the category of original scientific work in international publications covered by the Web of Science Core Collection (WoSCC) bibliographic-citation database.
  • IUP10:To develop generic skills required to bring and create judgments on topics that include scientific and ethical responsibility.
  • IUP11:Promote the development of new techniques, ideas and approaches based on the experience gained during their own scientific-research work while preparing the dissertation

*Doctoral study programme Applied Geosciences, Mining and Petroleum Engineering has been labelled with “high quality” during the re-accreditation procedure performed under the Croatian Agency for Science and Higher Education (ASHE) during 2018.