Fields of study

At present the Faculty offers four major fields of studies:

    • ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
    • FISHERIES
    • ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    • TOURISM AND RECREATION

    Since October 1997 the Faculty has provided doctoral courses in Fisheries and in 2014 we started to offer doctoral degrees in Environmental Engineering.

    The Faculty of Environmental Sciences of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn employs an academic staff of 76, including 29 professors and assistant professors. The Faculty is fully eligible to bestow titles of Engineer and Master in the fileds of  Fisheries, Environmental Protection and Environmental Engineering. Furthermore, we are eligible to award doctoral degrees in the fields of Environmental Engineering and Fisheries, as well as Habilitated Doctor of Agricultural Sciences in Fisheries.

    Recently the faculty has also started to award degrees of BSc and MSc in Tourism and Recreation.

    The Faculty offers professional engineering studies, master degree and doctoral studies:

    • ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION
      Graduate studies leading to the Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree - 3 semesters
      Specialisations:
      - Biotechnology in environment protection
      - Environmental engineering
      - Natural resources protection
    • FISHERIES
      Undergraduate studies leading to the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree – 8 semesters
      Specialisations: - Fisheries
      Graduate studies leading to the Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree - 3 semesters
      Specialisations: Fisheries
    • ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
      Undergraduate studies leading to the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree – 7 semesters.
      Specialisations: Municipal engineering

      Graduate studies leading to the Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree - 3 semesters
      Specialisations:
      - Wastewater treatment
      - Water supply
      - Waste management
    • TOURISM AND RECREATION
      Undergraduate studies leading to the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree – 6 semesters.
      Graduate studies leading to the Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree - 4 semesters