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Principal Contact Person for Students
Mirja Lohkamp-Schmitz
Building 50.40, Room 117 Office hours: 9 - 12 am.

Phone.: +49 721 608-43316
E-Mail: Mirja Lohkamp-SchmitzCae9∂kit edu

Study program coordination

Dr. Ruth Haas Nüesch

Bldg. 50.40, Raum 122

Phone.: +49 721 608 44172

E-Mail: ruth haasQmk1∂kit edu

Chairman of the Examination Committee

Bachelor´s and Master´s Programs

Prof. Dr. Armin Zeh

Building 50.40, Room 117

Phone: +49 721 608-43325

E-mail: armin zehEvk1∂kit edu

Fachschaft Geowissenschaften (Geosciences Students Representation)

fs-geo.kit.edu

Applied Geosciences Master

Welcome to our 2-year MSc program Applied Geosciences Karlsruhe at KIT. We deal with the sustainable utilization of the environment, on earth and in the subsurface. We offer three profiles and a modular elective MSc program from any major according to your interests. The language of instruction in Energy, Ressources & Storage - ERS is English.

Type of degree

Master of Science

Profiles

  • Energy, Resources & Storage (ERS)
  • Hydro- & Engineering Geology
  • Mineralogy & Geochemistry (MiG)
  • or elective Applied Geosciences (Flexi-Geo)

Regular duration of studies

4 semester

Detailed information on study program

Guidelines

Start of studies

Study- and examination regulations (SPO)

Module handbook

from WS 2016/2017

SPO 2016

Module handbook
(Status WS 19/20)

Modul handbook
(Status SS 19)

Documents on older study- and admission regulations as well as study schedules and module handbooks can be assessed in the archive.

 

Key qualifications 

In addition to imparting specialist qualifications, KIT also attaches importance to interdisciplinary qualifications (key qualifications). This includes, for example, languages, scientific work and writing, presentation, time management or the ability to work in a team.

For Master-Students starting WS 2016/17 or later the additional key qualifications are not required anymore. These  will in future be provided integratively (i.e. as part of a module). However, additional modules of max. 30 ETCS points can still be acquired. More details see SPO 2016.