The Postgraduate Programme ôEnvironmental
Protection and Sustainable Management ö consists of two terms
of course studies and a thesis. The course studies concern the
attendance of and the successful examination in postgraduate courses.
Each individual course lasts a semester. Instruction in the courses
includes lectures, laboratory work, elaboration and presentation of
projects and seminars. The preparation of a thesis, which concerns a
specialised study, takes place in the summer period, following the
The list of the courses offered by the programme and the
corresponding instructive teams are given below. The aim and the
objectives of each course can be found by selecting its title.
From the above courses the ones codified as EPSD.1-EPSD.4 constitute compulsory
courses and are taught in the winter semester.
From the rest of the courses, those codified as EPSD.5-EPSD.8
and EPSD.10-EPSD.15 constitute elective courses
and are taught in the spring semester.
Every postgraduate student has to attend five
courses of his choice during the spring semester. EPSD.9
is the sole compulsory course in the spring semester.
This specific course is of a seminar character and is not contributing
to any grade.
Note: The postgraduate students, whose
first academic degree varies from that of a civil engineer, have
to attend four additional homogenization courses for the
completion of their essential knowledge. More about homogenization courses...