Within the first semester, asolid and transversal education is delivered to all students regardless of their specialty. It includes analytical chemistry, biology, ecology, fluid mechanics, hydrology, hydrogeology, modeling, economics, project management and international regulations. This training program aims to provide students methodologies for problem solving and reasoning while encouraging their initiative and creative thoughts in the fields of ecosystem protection, coastal and inland water resources management, and polluted water treatment technologies.
After the first semester, three following specialties are optional for student:
– Water Pollution & Treatment (WPT)
– Biogeochemical & Ecological Processes in Hydro-systems (BEPH)
– Oceanography & Hydrology (H &O).
More detailed information on syllabus of each specialty could be referred at: Syllabus-WEO_11.07.13