Students in Environmental Sciences and Engineering are trained to address environmental problems and processes in a transdisciplinary approach, and develop appropriate skills to prevent, eliminate or reduce the noxious effects of environmental degradation. They will be able to: develop and implement geographic information tools and geomatics; measure and model the fate and impact of pollutants in ecosystems; achieve environmental impact assessments; remediate and restore polluted soils and sites; develop and apply innovative (bio)technological approaches to treat contaminated water; treat, eliminate or recycle solid wastes; plan and manage urban and rural sustainable development.
Master students in Civil Engineering have a deep knowledge in building materials and structures; engineering works; soil mechanics and geoengineering; hydraulics and energy; transportation. Students choose one of the following specializations: Infrastructures and environment; geotechnical engineering; transportation engineering and mobility; structural engineering; hydraulic engineering and energy; geomatics; urban and rural development. These skills allow the future engineer to design, build and manage complex projects and developments, infrastructures and civil engineering systems which serve the community by taking into account the requirements of sustainable development.