Master of Science Environmental Sciences

Environmental Sciences is an interdisciplinary field covering the many interactions between natural and human systems on multiple scales, from molecules to landscapes. In addition to knowledge in the natural sciences, Master students in the Environmental Sciences program gain an indispensable and solid understanding of the social sciences (e.g. economics, politics, management). With a unique blend of theoretical courses and hands-on practical experiences, students develop abilities to analyze and solve complex environmental problems in an interdisciplinary context.

The Institute for Environmental Sciences offers an excellent program of study by combining expertise from Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geoecology and the Social Sciences.

Information about study program

If you are interested in the program, the following sites provide further information:


Study Program: Overview on the Study program and Curriculum

Employment Outlook

International Network

Requirements: Who Can Apply?

Applicants with non-German Bachelor's Degree

Applicants with German Bachelor's Degree




Short film about the Institute and the two Master programs  Environmental Sciences and Ecotoxicology




Jun.-Prof. Dr. Ralf Schäfer


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Institute for Environmental Sciences Landau

Fortstrasse 7

D- 76829 Landau i.d. Pfalz / Germany