Objectives and competences
This master's degree has the following basic objectives:
- To train professionals and scientists in the study of populations, communities and ecosystems.
- To train environmental professionals who are able to design and apply preventive and corrective techniques to the degradation of the natural environment.
Students will acquire the following competences:
- A solid, multidisciplinary understanding of the social, economic, scientific and technological aspects of environmental management.
- The specialized knowledge to conduct competitive research in ecology and in the areas of conservation and restoration of ecosystems.
- The ability to solve problems associated with the conservation of biodiversity.
- Use of techniques to obtain, analyse and treat environmental information gathered from field work or in the laboratory.
- The ability to adopt structural and functional approaches to the management and restoration of ecosystems.