The degree in Environmental Sciences is a three-year program that requires 165 exam credits (CFU), English language and IT certifications, seminars, laboratory and field activities, 12 working stage credits and 3 credits for the final Laurea exam, totalling 180 credits.
A multidisciplinary educational approach is followed in both courses of study, combining scientific disciplines (biology, chemistry, ecology, geology, toxicology) with English language proficiency, information technology, and relevant environmental aspects of law and economics.
For each course of study, students are offered a choice of the following two educational programs:
Landscape evolution and natural risk assessment
Environment quality and chemical risk assessment.
Each year, a choice of field stages and seminars is proposed to introduce students to state-of-the-art aspects of theory and application of Environmental Sciences.