The program in Environmental Science focusing on Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry will give you knowledge about sources, release, emissions, transport, fate, uptake, effects, and regulatory aspects of chemical contaminants. You will start by learning about the global challenges in the world. Then follows courses in contaminant modeling, toxicology, risk assessment and field sampling. During the second year, you can broaden your knowledge or go more in depth into chemistry. Finally you do a Master’s thesis of at least 30 credits.