Environmental Management

This program aims to develop environmental managers who will be technically and scientifically prepared to plan and control human activities that affect the environment. Its curriculum encompasses subjects in Public and Private Enterprise administration as well as in the main ecological topics related to natural resources management and socio-economic aspects. The environmental manager should be capable of leading multidisciplinary, cross-functioning teams that perform in governmental structures, private enterprises and within NGO’s and conservation units that seek the improvement of environmental quality.

Job Opportunities

Environmental Management graduates can work on all fields related to Environmental Management, such as private corporations, NGOs, public agencies, and institutions related to environmental issues as a result of their own activity (such as mining, chemical, steel, pulp).
Openings Duration
40 students/year 8 semesters

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