UAB's Virtual Fair for Master's Degrees, Graduate Courses and PhD Programmes
Informative sessions with each programme's direction. From the 2nd to the 6th of October: Registration is open!
- Credits: 60 credits
- Price: For more information please consult the coordinating university.
The master's degree aims mainly to complete the training of professionals in the conceptual, methodological and technical aspects research teams are developing in the field of cahracterisation and modelling of mineral resources, as well as in the identification, analysis, assessment and management of geological risks.
The specialisation in Geology and Modelling of Mineral Deposits trains up professionals with great expertise in the various magmatic, hydrothermal, metamorphic and sedimentary processes that create the different types of mineral deposits, and who are able to apply this knowledge to prospecting. It also gives training in the latest quantitative methods for characterising and evaluating mineral resources.
The specialisation in Geological Risks trains students in the different techniques of cartography, analysis, treatment, modelling and risk assessment of potentially destructive geological phenomena and processes. It also gives training in the methods and techniques currently used in the different strategies for mitigating geological risks.
Career optionsCareer options vary according to the specialisation chosen.
- In that of Geology and Modelling of Mineral Deposits there is demand for research and prospecting of natural resources, mainly industrial minerals and rocks. This demand is from private companies in this sector, both national and international, and also from some public institutions.
- With regard to Geological Risks, there is a growing demand for specialists in this field to work on assessment and prevention of geological risks. Certain Public Institutions have projects in this area, for example, the Geological Institute of Catalonia has a project under way on scale 1:25.000 cartography, Geotreball VI. Map for the prevention of geological risks, of which several sheets are completed each year.