The Master's Degree in Engineering in Resource Geology and Sustainable Development
The Master's Degree in Resource Geology and Sustainable Development is part of a particular societal context marked by energy and environmental issues, climate change and the scarcity of natural resources. The sustainable management of geological systems on a territorial scale is an essential response to future environmental challenges.
The Master's Degree in Engineering allows students to follow a reinforced training program with 120 additional hours per year
The program offers English courses to validate a B2 level. An international mobility of at least three months during the five years of the program will be necessary - internship abroad, exchange, gap year.
The student does evaluated internships each year either in a company or in a research laboratory.
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CMI Geology of resources and sustainable development