GEOGRAPHY - second tire (Master’s degree)
Studies in the field of Geography are based on lectures given by experts in their field, auditorium and laboratory classes in well-equipped classrooms and a computer lab. Additionally, the program of first tier study includes 270 hours, and the program of the second tier 60 hours of practical classes in the field. Most fieldwork takes place in the Limnological Station in Borucino, which enables students to acquire skills in using modern measuring equipment.
Subjects are: - Fundamentals of physical geography; Basics of socio-economic geography; Hydrology with oceanography; Meteorology and climatology; Geomorphology; Development and protection of the environment; Social Geography; Economic Geography; Geography of the settlement; Geographical Information Systems.
Study in Polish.
OCEANOGRAPHY - second tire (Master’s degree)
Oceanography at University of Gdansk in Poland is a unique field of study. The advantages of this study are as follows: the highest quality of education, high level of education, wide range of educational offer, well-equipped teaching base, participation in European programmes and activities of the Marine Station in Hel. From 2017 students will be able to take classes and conduct research for their dissertations on a specialized research ship, one of the most modern units in the world.
The study program includes general and specialised education subjects (eg biological oceanography, physical oceanography, chemical oceanography). Specialised courses relate to issues in the field of marine geology, hydrobiology, hydrochemistry, dynamics of the sea, aerosols and gases in the atmosphere, ecophysiology of marine animals. Specific form of classes are field exercises involving activities in the sea and the coastal zone.
- biological oceanography (study in Polish)
- physical-chemical-geological oceanography (study in Polish)
- marine management and conservation (study in Polish)
- marine biotechnology (study in Polish or in English)
SPATIAL MANAGEMENT - second tire (Master’s degree)
Studies in the field of Spatial Management are based on lectures given by experts in their field, auditorium and laboratory classes in well-equipped classrooms and a computer lab. Additionally, the program of first tier study includes 90 hours of field classes.
Specialized subjects include: Geodesy and Cartography; Socio-cultural determinants of spatial planning; Legal spatial conditions; Natural spatial conditions; Real estate management; Technical drawing and planning; The history of urban planning; The economics of cities and regions; Spatial Planning; Urban design.
Study in Polish.