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MASTER OF RISK AND ENVIRONMENT

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The master is partner and/or is co-accredited by 5 institutions of the Université de Lyon : université Lumière Lyon 2, université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, École Centrale de Lyon (ECL), École Nationale des Travaux Publics de l'État à Vaulx-en-Velin (ENTPE), École des Mines de Saint-Étienne (EMSE), Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon (INSA-Lyon).

M1 – Risk and environment

This master trains project managers in the field of environmental risk (natural, technological and ecotoxicological risks) through a multidisciplinary approach.


M2 – Risk and environment / Environmental and Risk Assessment Science (SEER)

The track "SEER" is intended for students with an M1 lever (or equivalent) in environmental science, or engineers. It enables students to tackle the systemic approach to environmental problems, environmental assessment, the emission and dispersion of pollutants, and the reduction and treatment of liquid and solid waste..


M2 – Risk and environment / Environmental Risk Governance (RISE)

The track “RISE” is intended for students with an M1 level (or equivalent) in economics, public law, political science, or engineers in general. It aims to train experts able to dialogue in multidisciplinary contexts on the topic of environmental risk.


M2 – Risk and environment / Water Urban Risk Gouvernance (RULE)

The track “RULE” is intended for students with an M1 level (or equivalent) in economics, public law, political science, or engineers. It aims to train experts able to dialogue in multidisciplinary contexts on the topic of environmental risk, mainly in the fields of water and urban issues.


M2 - Risk and environment / Integrated Water Sciences (IWS)

Integrated Watershed Sciences : this specialisation track is ideal for students with a broad interest in water sciences who want to integrate social, environmental and engineering dimensions. Students will not only expand their knowledge within their own discipline, but also acquire a trans-disciplinary perspective of watershed sciences.