About this course
Trained geoecologists can identify and solve problems at the interface of an environment. They are specialists in context and understand the functions of natural systems. Therefore, their expertise lies in the risk assessment, modeling and system analysis. Their fields of application are correspondingly varied. Geoecologists are employed by local authorities and associations, they work in engineering or consulting agencies, in industry or at universities and research institutes. Not infrequently they operate as independent experts. Typical areas are: environmental analysis, remediation, conservation, landscape planning, environmental and resource management, environmental risk assessment, waste management, operating environment or in environmental education.
The following are parts of the application process necessary for admission consideration:
- Common Application
- Educational History Form (EHF)
- Certificate of secondary school completion such as the German Abitur (i.e. International Baccalaureate, High School Diploma (with recommended tests depending on your region), GCSE A-levels, etc.)
- SAT or ACT
- English Language Proficiency Test