PhD courses

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Geography and Environmental Sciences

  • Model of graduating student
  • Mandatory disciplines
  • Elective disciplines
  • Professional
Upon completion of this program, it is expected that PhDs will be able to:
1. use modern methods of environmental systems analysis for making management decisions related to hazardous waste management;
2. substantiate the economic feasibility of the use of environmentally friendly technologies for various industries;
3. to conduct scientific experiments in the framework of laboratory studies according to a given method based on the latest theories and models in the field of ecology and environmental protection;
4. systematize and interpret scientific theories and concepts of the latest trends in the field of environmental protection for use in the educational process;
5. Differentially apply modern information technologies to ensure environmental safety;
6. calculate environmental and technological risks with the use of new software products and mathematical methods to ensure environmental safety of production;
7. develop recommendations for solving specific environmental problems based on the selection and adaptation of models for the management of environmental components;
8. develop programs for the effective management of natural resources and the stabilization of the environment;
9. to predict the directions of development of ecosystems under the influence of natural and anthropogenic factors to further prevent environmental pollution;
10. carry out original research based on the synthesis of new ideas, the results of which will be published in refereed publications for the further advancement of scientific research;
11. to set goals, develop design and technologies for field research in solving specific problems of fundamental ecology;
12. present scientific applied results to the wide scientific community and employers.
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