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Life Sciences

Analyse environmental problems and find and communicate innovative solutions.

Practical applications are at the heart of our continuing education programmes. It is important to us that what you learn is what you will actually need in your subsequent career and no-one is better qualified to impart this know-how than working professionals. Our lecturers are experts with industrial, public sector and scientific backgrounds. These experienced professionals also have a say regarding the contents of our continuing education programmes. During the courses you will work on specific projects and in your papers you will deal with real-life problems. Needless to say, our modern infrastructure is at your disposal throughout your study programme.

Our range of courses is geared towards university graduates of any field as well as people with an equivalent qualification who are keen to get involved in modern environmental protection.

We offer the following continuing education programmes:

MAS in Environmental Technology and Management

A Master’s for the environment – the course will train you to be a competent specialist in preventative environmental protection. Graduates are qualified for challenging leadership positions in the environmental sector, one of the fastest-growing areas of business.

The MAS course is made up of four CAS courses which integrate to create a unified programme. These modules can also be taken individually.

Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS)

  • Technology and Environment
  • Management and Environment
  • Environmental legislation and its enforcement
  • Development and Environment

Note: Teaching language is German.

For more information please consult the German version of our website.

Kontakt

Prof.
Prof. Dr. Frank Pude Head of Initial and Continuing Education Telephone : +41 61 228 54 43 E-Mail : frank.pude@fhnw.ch

School of Life Sciences FHNW

School of Life Sciences FHNW Gründenstrasse 40 CH-4132 Muttenz
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