The Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering participates in the university interdisciplinary specialist programme “Environmental Engineering”. The issuing institution is the University of Zagreb. The coordinator is the Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology, and the other study programme providers are: Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering, Faculty of Geotechnical Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Science and Faculty of Architecture.
The duration of the programme is one to two years (60 ECTS credits) and it is completed by the defence of a specialist’s thesis.
There are 31 courses (compulsory, mandatory and elective) within (1) Natural and (2) Technical Sciences (defined by compulsory courses), and the following subprogrammes: (i) Water, (ii) Soil, (iii) Air and (iv) Waste (defined by mandatory courses).
Enrolment prerequisite is a completed university graduate programme in Technical or Biotechnical Sciences. Depending on the selectedcompulsory courses the student is awarded the title of University Specialist within Technical or Biotechnical Sciences.

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