The aim of the course is that students master the biological, geographical and conservational foundations of sustainable development. The course-specific learning objectives are as follows:
ENVIRONMENTAL ECOLOGY 3cr.
- The student has a good command of the basic concepts of ecology and environmental ecology.
- The student is familiar with the state of the natural environment the human impacts on it.
CELLULAR AND MICROBIOLOGY 4cr.
-The student knows the structure and basic functioning of the prokaryote and eukaryote cell and is familiar with cellular malfunctioning.
- The student is familiar with the classification of microbes, their characteristics, functioning and their significance as a part of the ecosystem
- The student masters basic microbiological laboratory methods.
ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES FROM A GEOGRAPHICAL POINT OF VIEW 3 cr.
- The student masters the different sectors and subjects of research in cultural geography.
- The student is familiar with different kinds of location theories and the hierarchy of settlements as well as the factors of attraction both on a local and a global level.
- The student is familiar with the factors affecting the regional distribution of products and forms of production.
4020125C ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION BASED ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 3 cr.
- The student is familiar with the basics of the history of environmental protection and the key environmental problems.
- The student masters the basics and principles of environmental conservation.
- The student is familiar with the functioning of environmental administration and its procedures, as well as the grass roots possibilities of influencing environmental issues.