|Tipo de materia||It. Académico Profesional||It. Académico Investigador|
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The Master is comprised of 60 ECTS credits distributed in two itineraries (professional and researcher). The structure includes a basic and methodological general training module which is common to both itineraries (27 ECTS). Both specialization itineraries have a module of compulsory subject matters (12 ECTS) and another one with optional subjects (12 ECTS) of which students must complete 6 ECTS. The other 15 ECTS are for an End of Master Dissertation.
Structure of the Master in Water and Environment in Semi-Arid Zones
The master takes place over a period of one academic year. It begins with a general module (27 ECTS) which includes a group of subjects which are basic for the development of the following modules. It also offers methodological training related to data analysis and treatment. After completing this general module, there are two different itineraries.
The Professional-academic itinerary (33 ECTS) offers training required for a technician in water sustainable management, particularly in everything related to water quality and planning and management of hydric resources. In the optional module, students can study different subjects related to recharge, evaluation of environmental impact assessment in water ecosystems, sustainable use of water, and the water-landscape relation. Finally there is an End of Master Dissertation related to the external internship at a company.
The academic-research itineray (33 ECTS) is fundamentally oriented to beginning a research career related to water and environment. The compulsory module covers specific aspects related to Hydrogeology, Hydrochemistry and the Geographic Information Systems. The optional subjects cover different issues related to the use of the models, superficial-underground water dependence, water and global change, and the services of water ecosystems and human wellbeing. The research itinerary is focussed on completing a research work, which is undertaken at the research centres.
The degrees have been configured so, once completed, students may obtain a specialization. These specializations can be called by different names, although the most common ones are "Speciality", "Curricular Itinerary" or "Mention".
The “Master in Water and Environment in Semi-Arid Zones” has the following Itineraries:
The student must necessarily select one of these itineraries. Check the subjects of each itinerary in the section "subjects ordered by modules" on this same page.
The Syllabus may include special conditions required for registration or for studying one or more of its subjects. These conditions are the PREREQUISITES: Subject or group of subjects, called "key" subjects, which must have been studied or passed before.
Este título no tiene establecido ningún prerrequisito ni correquisito.