Research-oriented
Research-oriented Land Use and Water Management
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

Description

Water management, on the other hand, comprises all anthropogenic interventions in the landscape's water balance and is closely linked to land use. In the Bachelor's programme in Land Use and Water Management, students gain an understanding of the effects of these interventions and their mutual interaction, which is the only way to ensure the long-term and sustainable use of our environment.

The different forms of use and management have a far-reaching influence on the respective ecosystems, which will increase in the future:

  • Landscapes of former mining areas must be "restored" (recultivated)
  • Agricultural fertilisers and pesticides can enter groundwater
  • Water resources must be used effectively and gently in dry periods

After completing this environmental science course, graduates are able to assess and practically deal with conflict areas arising from this. The 6-semester Bachelor of Land Use and Water Management imparts the graduate general studies, scientific, economic, legal and ecological fundamentals.

Beim Probestudium lernte ich viele nette Leute kennen und war begeistert von dem lebhaften Campusleben. Das alles führte dazu, dass ich mich für den Bachelor in Cottbus entschieden habe.

Frederic Musch, ist im Category Management für Obst und Gemüse bei PENNY, REWE Group tätig

Professional Fields of Activity

  • Landscaping engineering firms
  • Agriculture and forestry
  • Tourism
  • Water management companies and organizations
  • Nature and environmental protection agencies
  • Soil conservation and restoration of contaminated sites
  • Production processing and marketing of renewable raw materials

Further postgraduate opportunities

Applications and Admissions

Admissions Requirements

General university entrance qualification (Abitur) or Vocational higher education entrance qualification (Fachabitur), no enrolment restrictions

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