05.03.06 Enviromental Science Engineering

Environmental Science Engineering

4 years

About the program

Our students have a unique opportunity to feel part of a global movement to prevent environmental disasters for the benefit of existing and future generations of people.
The topic of environmental protection is a challenge for the future, which requires complex solutions. In addition to scientific knowledge, a deep knowledge of society, economics and politics is required. That is why the Ecology and Environmental Conservation program provides solid scientific and practical training designed to understand the functioning of ecosystems in order to improve their condition and improve the quality of the environment. Our students master a powerful interdisciplinary base, which includes the study of full-fledged courses in various areas of the ecological space: natural science, engineering, social, economic and legal. The territorial proximity of ecosystems with different levels of anthropogenic disturbance creates excellent conditions for practical training and field work.

Learning outcomes

  • Understanding the basics of geography, climatology, hydrology and cartography;
  • Applying theoretical foundations of geochemestry and geophysics of the environment, nature management economics, sustainable development;
  • Understanding the basics of geography, climatology, hydrology and cartography;
  • Predicting and preventing man-made disasters and their consequences;
  • The knowledge of energy saving technologies.

Career opportunities

The main places of work for ecologists:
- Research laboratories;
- Environmental structures at the enterprise;
- State structures, control and supervision bodies;
- Environmental organizations;
- Construction, mining, oil companies;
- Plants and factories.
Graduates of the Ecology and Environmental Protection program will be in demand in a wide variety of fields and have excellent career prospects. Graduates can work in environmental agencies, water and wastewater companies, energy and waste management companies, engineering firms, or the biotech industry. Globally, the environmental technology sector is growing rapidly. Inadequate environmental management can have a significant negative impact on the economic development of a region or country. In light of the above, the graduates of Ecology and Environmental Protection are international in their outlook and work around the world.


Program academic supervisor

Teaching staff

Associate Professor: Department of Humanities
Director of the Language Testing Center: Baikal School of BRICS
Head of the Department, Associate Professor: Department of Humanities
Associate Professor, Director of Marketing and Project Education: Siberian School of Geosciences
Associate Professor, Senior Researcher: Industrial Mathematics Lab
Associate Professor: Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology named after V.V. Tuturina

Fees and funding

224 000 ₽
Per year

Entrance exams

English language (or provide TOEFL iBT 80, IELTS 6.0 or equivalent); Mathematics.

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