Environmental Engineering and Resource Management is a cross-faculty program of the Faculties of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. The six-semester Bachelor’s program imparts sound knowledge in mathematics, chemistry, physics and computer science. Students can choose between the specializations;
Environmental Engineering and Environmental Planning (focus: Environmental Management, Water Management and Foundation Engineering)
Sustainable Process and Environmental Engineering (focus: Process Engineering, Resource Management, Process Engineering).
The compulsory courses with which a total of 85 CPs are achieved in the course of the Bachelor’s program include: mathematics, numerical mathematics, engineering informatics, mechanics, fluid mechanics. Chemistry and chemistry laboratory, physics, electrical engineering, urban water management, technical microbiology, environmental chemistry, resource management, environmental hygiene, business administration, construction contract law, environmental law, etc. The course is completed with a three-month bachelor thesis.
The bachelor thesis (12 CPs) is intended to demonstrate that a task from the field of environmental technology and resource management can be processed with scientific methods within a specified period of time. The bachelor thesis can be theoretical, practical, constructive or organizational.