Specialisation opportunities in the field of environmental monitoring and access to cutting-edge technologies characterise the study of Geoecology (Environmental Science) in Karlsruhe. A wide variety of professional fields is open to geoecologists. Graduates of our courses can be found in public authorities and politics, industry and commerce, engineering and planning offices, NGOs and associations, science and research. More about Geoecology (in German).
50 students per year, starting in winter. The course of study conveys a broad scientific understanding of environmental problems, networked thinking and methodological competence. Building on mathematical and scientific foundations, environmentally relevant subjects are combined, e.g. ecology, climatology, hydrology, soil science, environmental chemistry, zoology, botany, biogeography, vegetation science and nature conservation. In addition, we teach general skills such as scientific writing, statistics, environmental analysis, programming, geoinformatics. Students can benefit from a wide range of technical or planning-oriented choices. A 6-week professional internship is also part of the course.
25 students per year, starting in winter and summer. The master's programme Geoecology in Karlsruhe is research-oriented. It is based on a Bachelor's degree in geoecology or related subjects. It offers specialisation in (1.) soil biogeochemistry and isotope methods, (2.) vegetation ecology and environmental remote sensing, (3.) ecosystem management and floodplain ecology, whereby two of these three directions are chosen. Further options include climate impact research, geobotany, river development, hydrology and hydrogeology, water chemistry and technology, GIS, remote sensing, urban ecology, human ecology, and much more from the broad range of KIT courses.
In winter 2021/22, we initially returned to more face-to-face teaching. However, current developments are again forcing a partial switch to hybrid and online formats. Information on the individual courses can be found on Ilias. Make sure that e-mails from the Ilias system can reach you. Please also see the KIT FAQ page on the topic.
Die Einsicht in die Modulklausur "Geomorphologie und Bodenkunde" ist am Donnerstag, 08.10.2020 von 11:00-12:00 in Raum 703.1/1, Geb. 10.50 (Büro Prof. Wilcke) möglich.
Der Prüfungsausschuss Geoökologie ist in der vorlesungsfreien Zeit folgendermaßen besetzt und per Email erreichbar:
16.8.-17.9.2021: Christophe Neff
19.9.-18.10.2021: Florian Hogewind
Ab 18.10.2021: Christophe Neff
Aktuelle, spannende Themen für Bachelor- und Masterarbeiten in der Bodenkunde finden Sie hier.