Master's degree in Climate Change: Instrumental Reconstruction and AnalysisURV - Universitat Rovira i Virgili. Màsters Oficials
€ 29,000 - (Rs 20,53,693)
- Tarragona (Spain)
- Credits: 60
Frequent Asked Questions
· What are the objectives of this course?
The goal of the master's degree is to train professionals with awareness of climate change and its impact on territory, biodiversity and health, who have the skills to analyse environmental issues and find protective measures. You will be trained in research methodology, in analysis of climate data and analysis of the impact of climate change on ecosystems and biodiversity. You will learn about climate forecasts and scenarios and you will be trained to design environmental protection strategies.
· Who is it intended for?
The master's degree is targeted at graduates and professionals in the sector of social sciences and Earth sciences who would like to specialise in researching the evolution of climate change in order to be able to work in environmental management and quality departments. The course lasts one academic year and is taught in person. The classes are taught in Catalan, Spanish and English.
University graduates in Geography, Chemistry, Physics, Geology, Ecology, Biology, Archaeology, Environmental Sciences, Oenology, Engineering or similar areas.
What you'll learn on the course
Climate data analysis
Ecosystems and health
Data recovery techniques
Analysis of climate extremes
Environmental planning applied to climate change
Communicative and social dimensions of climate change
Climate change legislation
Climatic series standardisation techniques
Climatic series quality control
Biodiversity and ecosystems
Impacts of climate change on the biosphere
Impacts of climate change on health
Geographical information systems applied to climate change
- Climate Change Observed
- Climate Forecasts and Scenarios
- Research Skills
- Analysis of Climate Data
- Microbial Biosphere, Ecosystems and Health
- Master's Thesis