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Are you concerned about the environment and are you eager to change it? Navarra is the ideal laboratory for its landscape diversity, the Landscape Program will allow you to travel and do work in the field during the years of degree program. To get the most out of your stay at the University, learn more about the curriculum and the courses that make up this Degree.

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Subjects

subject - Subject semester - Semester ECTS CREDIT
Anthropology
Anthropology
Annual - Annual 6
Physics
Physics
Annual - Annual 6
Mathematics
Mathematics
Primer semester / First Semester 6
Chemistry general
General Chemistry
Primer semester / First Semester 6
Economics and the Environment
Economics and the Environment
Primer semester / First Semester 3
Society and the environment Primer semester / First Semester 6
Geology
Geology
Segundo semester / Second Semester 6
Biostatistics
Biostatistics
Segundo semester / Second Semester 6
Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering
Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering
Segundo semester / Second Semester 6
Environmental Chemistry
Environmental Chemistry
Segundo semester / Second Semester 6
Meteorology and climatology Segundo semester / Second Semester 3
subject-Subject semester - Semester ECTS CREDIT
Ethics
Ethics
Annual / Annual 6
Methods in animal and plant biodiversity
Methods in animal and plant biodiversity
Primer semester / First Semester 6
Plant physiology
Plant physiology
Primer semester / First Semester 3
Zoology
Zoology
Primer semester / First Semester 6
Environmental legislation and environmental administration
Legislation and environmental administration
Primer semester / First Semester 6
Ecology
Ecology
Primer semester / First Semester 6
Hydrology and Hydrogeology
Hydrology and Hydrogeology
Second semester 3
Botany
Botany
Segundo semester / Second Semester 3
Soil science
Soil Science
Segundo semester / Second Semester 6
Environmental management and audit system
Environmental management and audit system
Segundo semester / Second Semester 6
Flora and fauna conservation
Flora and fauna conservation
Segundo semester / Second Semester 6
Electives (see below) Second semester 3
subject - Subject semester - Semester ECTS CREDIT
Mapping and geographic information systems
Mapping and geographic information systems
Primer semester / First Semester 6
General microbiology
General microbiology
Primer semester / First Semester 6
Soil and waste treatment
Soil and waste treatment
Primer semester / First Semester 6
Air pollution
Air pollution
Primer semester / First Semester 6
Cambio global / Global Change Primer semester / First Semester 3
Electives - Electives (see below) Primer semester / First Semester 3
Cultural Keys I (choose from the following) Primer semester / First Semester 3
Environmental toxicology and public health
Environmental toxicology and public health
Segundo semester / Second Semester 3
Environmental education and communication
Environmental education and communication
Segundo semester / Second Semester 6
Territory management
Territory management
Segundo semester / Second Semester 6
Water treatment
Water treatment
Second semester 6
Electives - Electives (see below) Segundo semester / Second Semester 6
Cultural Keys I (choose from the following) Segundo Semester / Second Semester 3
subject - Subject semester - Semester ECTS CREDIT
End-Of-Degree Project Degree
End-Of-Degree Project
Annual / Annual 15
Management of natural and protected areas
Management of natural and protected areas
Primer semester / First Semester 6
Organisation and management of projects
Organisation and management of projects
Primer semester / First Semester 6
Environmental impact assessment
Environmental impact education
Primer semester / First Semester 6
Deontology
Deontology
Primer semester / First Semester 3

Cambio global / Global Change

Primer semester / First Semester

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Electives - Electives (see below) First semester 3
Energy management and eco-efficiency
Energy management and eco-efficiency
Segundo semester / Second Semester 6
Environmental and Landscape Restoration
Landscape Restoration
Segundo semester / Second Semester 6
Internships at business
Internships
Segundo semester / Second Semester 6
Electives - Electives (see below) Segundo semester / Second Semester 3

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Modules of the Study program

 

Each subject is integrated into a subject which in turn is part of a module. 

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The subjects in Module I cover basic knowledge of mathematics, physics, chemistry and geology in order to understand biological processes and living beings, as well as to be able to apply the observation, measurement and experimentation techniques of experimental sciences. Likewise, these subjects refer to the study of the natural environment, both the physical environment (hydrological systems, soils, atmospheric and climatic systems) and the microbial components, flora and vegetation, fauna and ecological systems and the functional aspects of organisms and their adaptations to the environment in which they live.

Module I

The subjects in module II are very varied in content, due to their cross-cutting nature, but they are closely interconnected. This module aims to cover the contents on environmental education and communication, promoting social participation in environmental subject providing the student with knowledge on how the environment and human beings are and function and their reciprocal interaction. In addition, the student will be able to obtain knowledge of organisation and management of environmental projects and will be provided with knowledge of cartography and geographic information systems.

Module II

  • subject I. Instrumental subjects (.pdf)

  • subject II. Cross-cutting subjects (.pdf)

The contents of the subjects that make up module III will provide student with the competences related to Environmental Technology, with the aim of goal to train professionals who are dedicated to activities with a marked technical basis for the improvement of the natural environment, as well as techniques for the treatment and control of air and soil pollution and water and solid waste purification systems.

Module III

  • subject I. Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering (.pdf)

  • subject II. Soil, water, air and waste management and treatment (.pdf)

The contents of the subjects that make up module IV focus on the study, planning and management of the interaction between humans and the territory towards the objectives of environmental sustainability, respect and conservation, mainly on a landscape scale. This module aims to promote in student the knowledge and interpretation of the landscape and its diversity, through the acquisition of knowledge about the state of conservation of fauna and flora, the planning and management of the geographical space to achieve a sustainable use of the same and the study of the function of protected areas in nature.

Module IV

  • subject I. Environmental and Landscape Conservation and Restoration (.pdf)

  • subject II. Spatial Planning and Management (.pdf)

The contents of the subjects that make up module V provide knowledge on society, economics and the environment, environmental policies, environmental law and public administration. The subjects included in this module will allow the student to study in depth the different environmental planning and management instruments used in the administration and in the business world. They will also provide student with the appropriate tools to study in depth subjects that are integrated into the management of environmental quality in companies, such as eco-efficiency and energy optimisation, prevention of toxicological risks and control of public health and hygiene.

Module V

In a cross-cutting manner, students are offered general training content, preferably humanistic, which provides them with a solid human and cultural education. In addition, other aspects of vocational training are included, as well as compulsory internships at business . 

Module VI

The goal of the Final Project Degree (TFG), module VII, of a compulsory and individual nature, is to offer students the opportunity to apply the knowledge acquired during their studies to carry out a technical project and report, related to the different fields of their own working world. It is an activity that enables student to integrate the knowledge and skills obtained during their studies, allows the maturity of student to be assessed, has a clear professionalising sense and encourages the search for and analysis of a specific topic by student.

Module VII

The subjects included in the Elective Module provide, through different subjects, an in-depth study of the competences related to methodological aspects (Basic techniques of laboratory, Data analysis and Bioinformatics), Plant Ecophysiology, and some in English such as: Phytopathology, Biogeography, Quantitative ecology. In addition, subjects related to environmental risks and policies are introduced to complete the student's curriculum (Radioactivity, Global Change, Environmental risks, Environmental policy and Management, Soil chemistry). The module also includes the completion of Equivalence Credits (up to 6 ECTS credit).

Module VIII