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Bachelor’s Degree (UAS), Undergraduate Programmes

Environmental Engineering (in English), Water Resource Management

Autumn 2014

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Orientation to Environmental Engineering studies and Finnish society
Introduction to studies and profession 5
Math and Science Basics 1 5
Introductory project in Environmental Engineering 5
Math and Science Basics 2 5
Practical environmental engineering tools and applications
Sustainable society 5
Industrial Business 5
Physics and Chemistry for Environmental Engineering 5
Mathematical tools for Environmental Engineering 5
Advanced chemistry for Environmental Engineering 5
Special assignments for Environmental Engineers 5
Integrated Environmental Management and Safety
Environmental Management 5  
Pollution Monitoring and Control 5  
Laboratories for Pollution Monitoring and Assignment 5  
Life Cycle Assessment and environmental chemistry 5  
Environmental and Chemical Safety 5  
Waste Treatment Technology 5  
Environmental engineer's advanced industrial process applications
Fluid Mechanics and Engineering Thermodynamics 1 5  
Water Treatment Technologies 5  
Industrial processes 5  
Fluid Mechanics and Engineering Thermodynamics 2 5  
Water in Municipal Services 5  
Renewable energy 5  
Water resource management
Water management systems 5    
Water management and sustainable development and climate change 5    
Project course in water management systems 5    
Designing sustanaible build society
Industrial and municipal symbiosis 5    
Computer aided engineering applications in environmental engineering 5    
Design of sustainable build society special assignment 5    
Elective study module 1
(Select 15 ECTS)
International environmental studies
Introduction to Finnish workig life and society
Finnish for Foreigners 4 5                                                        
Finnish for Foreigners 3 5                                                        
Practical training in finnish working environment 5                                                        
Elective study module 2 or elective studies
(Select 15 ECTS)
Language studies
(Select 10 ECTS)
Engineering Swedish 5
Finnish for Foreigners 1 5
Finnish for Foreigners 2 5
Engineering Finnish and Communication Skills 5
Finnish as a Second Language: Finnish at Work 5
Work Placement
Work Placement 1 10      
Work placement 2 10      
Work placement 3 10      
Innovation project
Environmetrics 5    
Bachelor’s Thesis 15      
ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year 75603545453030302015202522.522.515151515151510107.57.5101012.512.5

The curriculum has been planned so that the student completes 60 ECTS credits per academic year and 30 ECTS credits per semester

Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.

Water Resource Management

The programme will develop an excellent knowledge of Environmental Engineering and Environmental Management. As an Environmental Engineer student will have responsibility for overall management of environmental issues, with the skills to operate and communicate internationally.

Specialisation study is focused on Water Resource Management.
After graduation student can design effective water management systems and is capable to participate to projects concerning water treatment, water resources and water distribution and sewage

Environmental Engineering (in English)

The programme will develop an excellent knowledge of environmental engineering and environmental management. Specialization studies are focused on Renewable Energy Engineering and Water resource Management. As an Environmental Engineer student will have responsibility for overall management of environmental issues, with the skills to operate and communicate internationally and coordinate international environmental engineering projects.

The engineer is able to:
Fulfil license-bound duties of process plants, which include among others
ordering obligatory measuring services and submitting retrieved samples for analysis
estimating the compliance of waste flows (air, water, solids) with set limit values
estimating whether appropriate measures are being taken in the safe disposal of waste (flue gas and waste water treatment systems, landfilling of solid waste)
adapting plant processes to changes in legislation and other guidelines
constructing waste management, water supply and energy management plans for larger bodies or supply chains according to the principles of sustainable development
understanding different monitoring and analysis methods for contaminants (soil, water and air samples)
environmental risk management
Work in research facilities/departments with
basic sample collection and analysis
statistical analysis of research data
life cycle and carbon footprint analysis (LCA and CFP)
Work in an international project environment with
project management
profitability (especially energy balance) calculations
co-operation skills in an international project team
specialisation in either water resource management or distributed renewable energy management