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Master of Science Soil, Water, Contaminated Sites

The degree programme „Master of Science Soil, Waters, Contaminated Sites“, a cooperative programme offered by the University of Applied Sciences and the University of Osnabrück, allows students both, a practice-oriented professional field orientation and a research orientation in individual study profiles.

It provides the opportunity to gain further qualifications in the field of soil, water and contaminated sites after a Bachelor's degree (geography, landscape ecology, landscape planning or similar). Both, rural and urban areas are considered. Outstanding features of the programme are practice- and project-oriented courses, research-based courses as well as field and laboratory practicals.

Please note: The degree programme Soil, Water, Contaminated Sites is being discontinued!

The successful MBGA degree programme will be phased out in its current profile from summer semester 2024. Essential modules will be merged into the new, exciting Master's programme "Geography: Society - Environment - Future", which is presented here. (Link einfügen) In order to ensure high-quality support for current students, students were admitted for the last time in the winter semester 2021/22. In order for current students to be able to plan reliably, the courses for winter semester 2022/23 and summer semester 2023 are listed here. Since supervision is still guaranteed up to and including summer semester 2024, the Master's module (thesis and final colloquium) must be planned in such a way that the last performance is available by 30.09.2024 at the latest.

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