Master Programme in Natural Resources Engineering
Master Programme in Natural Resources Engineering

Natural Resources Engineering

Are you interested in combining education with the opportunity to work in nature and environmental technology systems, choose the Natural Resource Technology.

Natural Resource Technology is the only Master of Science degree with specialization in earth sciences and natural resources.

Sustainable exploitation of natural resources is a prerequisite for a viable society. All management of natural resources based on an understanding of how they occur, are formed and in a sustainable manner can be used in a modern society. Natural Resource Engineering provides you with the knowledge and tools to manage mineral and water resources.

Our close collaboration with industry makes to education offers numerous opportunities for exchanges, it can apply lessons located in industry, faculty from industry, internship and thesis projects offered directly from companies. There are good opportunities to pursue part of their studies abroad through the university exchange agreements.

Upon graduation, your skills will be attractive both in the Swedish and the international labor market.

Contact

Glenn Bark - Ores and Minerals

[http://www.ltu.se/staff/b/bark-1.10458?l=en]

Lisa Dahlén - Environment and Water

[http://www.ltu.se/staff/l/lido-1.11771?l=en]

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Published: 22 December 2006

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