Applications for Accredited Doctoral Studies – Waste Management 2019.
Applications for admission to accredited doctoral studies – Waste Management in the 2019/20 School Year are open!
The study program can be viewed ovde
All interested candidates can send their applications via e-mail email@example.com, as well as ask questions regarding the program, schedule an interview with professors who teach classes via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The aim of the study program is to develop process thinking that provides a good basis for understanding the idea of industrial waste, that is, the system and engineering approach to its management. The students will understand that businesses are part of the social, economic and cultural reality in which they exist and that the waste disposal, establishing transversal links, integration, inter-relational and horizontal strategies related to waste disposal is extremely important. With this knowledge, the students will understand and believe that waste management can only be based on innovative solutions, and their foundation lies in knowledge. The study program will thus create professionals, who will continually contribute to the creation of new knowledge.
Diploma – Scientific title: Students obtain PhD – Industrial Engineering/Engineering Management
Conditions for enrollment in the study program: The students who have earned 300 ECTS and 360 ECTS in their previous studies may enroll in the study program.
The curriculum is designed to enable the students to acquire knowledge, skills and abilities in engineering and management, or systems and engineering management, that qualify them as waste management experts.
The scientific knowledge covered in the courses of the PhD program contains the elements necessary for independent research work. In addition, knowledge in the field of waste management provides the students with a highly specialized qualification for professional engagement in the field of technical and technological sciences, industrial engineering and engineering management.
The program of doctoral studies includes 3 compulsory courses, 4 elective courses (out of 8 offered students choose 4 courses). In addition, the curriculum includes 2 studiey research papers, 1 study and 1 scientific research project. Based on the curriculum designed in this way, the student is able to access the research work, the part of the curriculum that aims to elaborate on the subject and purpose of the doctoral dissertation. After viva voce of publicly accepted study-research work, the student begins to prepare and viva voce of doctoral dissertation – the most important part of the curriculum.
The studies are conducted in the Serbian and English language (the program is the same).