Study plan Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Science

Study guides


Mornings and afternoons.

Table of credits for each course

  Basic training Compulsory Optional Bachelor's Degree Final Project
1st year 54 6    
2nd year 6 54    
3rd year   60    
4th year     45 15
Total 60 120 45 15

Period of study

Annual registration. Planning of subjects by semester.

Part-time or full-time

Full-time dedication. Part-time option available.


Specialisation in Environmental Governance
Specialisation in Territorial Analysis and Management
Specialisation in Environmental Technology

Basic and compulsory training

1st year 2nd year
- Mathematics
- Physics
- Microbiology
- Environment and Society (A)
- Chemistry
- Geology
- Plant Physiology and Botany
- Human Uses of the Earth System
- Introduction to Law
- Chemical Equilibrium and Instrumentation
- Statistics
- Zoology
- Cartography and Photointerpretation
- Physics of Radiation and Matter
- Environmental Law
- Economics of the Environment and Natural Resources
- Surface and Subterranean Hydrology
- Environmental Administration and Policies
3rd year 4th year

- Regional Resources Management and Planning
- Ecology
- Chemistry of Pollution
- Soil Science
- Environmental Assessment of Plans, Programmes and Projects
- Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering
- Environmental Epidemiology and Risk Management
- Meteorology and Climatology

- Bachelor's Degree Final Project

(A) This subject is also offered in English.

Optional subjects

4th year
- Work Placement
- Oceanography
- Environmental Modelling
- Toxicology
- Environmental Genetics
- Environmental Plant Physiology
- Science Topics Today (annual)
- Overview of Current Science Topics

Specialisations are learning tracks included in the European Diploma Supplement (DS). In order to obtain a Specialisation at least 30 credits (five subjects) must be taken for each pathway.

Specialisation in Environmental Governance Specialisation in Territorial Analysis and Management Specialisation in Environmental Technology
- Energy and Society
- Environmental Education and Communication
- Environmental Negotiation
- Regional Economics
- Environmental Institutions and Policies in the International Arena
- Administrative Law
- Environmental Economic Policies
- Modelling and Analysing Geographical Information
- Planning and Development of Rural and Urban Landscapes
- Coastal Geography
- Vegetation Analysis
- Applied Ecology
- Environmental Geology
- External Geological Processes
- Environmental Management Tools in Business and Public Administration
- Environmental Microbiology
- Monitoring Environmental Quality
- Renewable and Non-renewable Energy Supplies
- Management, Treatment and Recycling of Waste
- Clean Technologies and Industrial Effluents
- Treatment and Management of Town Water Supplies
- Assessment and Determination of Environmental Chemical Parameters

Official recognition is given to between 51 and 54 credits on this degree in the case of students who qualified through CFGS (Advanced professional training) in Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Health and Management and Organisation of Natural Landscape Resources.