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This degree scroll will no longer be offered as of the 2023-2024 academic year.


The diploma in Environmental Chemistry is a degree awarded by the University of Navarra, a European supplement to the official degree of Degree in Chemistry.

student obtains the diploma by taking 18 ECTS credit of the 21 optional subjects offered in the area of Environmental Biology. 

With this diploma the student acquires professional competences to intensify training in the knowledge of the processes of environmental degradation and recovery from a multidisciplinary perspective.


train to understand the different physical media exposed to degradation by pollution.

Identify the various sources and forms of pollution, and analyse the complexity of interactions between chemical compounds and the environment.

To know the main techniques available for effluent treatment and remediation of contaminated areas.

To deepen the principles of sustainability in the chemical sector.

Assess the potential effect of the implementation of new activities on the environment and consider possible corrective measures.

train to carry out interdisciplinary work with environmental specialists in related areas.


The following environmental subjects must be taken:

  • Environmental chemistry (3 ECTS credit)

  • Soil science (6 ECTS credit)

  • Soil chemistry (3 ECTS credit)

  • Radioactivity (3 ECTS credit)

  • Data Analysis (3 ECTS credit)

The list of subjects that make up the Diploma could be modified while maintaining its training objectives.

These subjects are taken during the 3rd and 4th years of Degree in Chemistry.

Obtaining the Diploma does not require activities that represent an increase in the 240 ECTS credit necessary to obtain the degree of graduate in Chemistry.

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Areas of work of the chemist with profile environmental: control and management of industrial, agricultural and urban pollution; waste treatment and water control; environmental impact assessment; environmental research...