Metrology and regulation of environmental quality

Type: Normative

Department: constructive geography and cartography




SemesterAmount of hoursLecturerGroup(s)
932Associate Professor Petrovska MyroslavaGrAEM-11s


SemesterAmount of hoursGroupTeacher(s)
916GrAEM-11sAssociate Professor Petrovska Myroslava

Course description

“Metrology and regulation of environmental quality” is a normative discipline for students of the speciality “Ecology”, an educational program of master’s degree. It is taught in the 1st semester in the amount of 4 credits (according to the European Credit Transfer System ECTS).

The curriculum of the course acquaints with the prerequisites of the emergence of metrology and standardization; terms and definitions of concepts in the field of metrology and standardization, the history of the development of measuring instruments; units of measurement; legislative and normative base of the national system of metrology and standardization, the sources of information support in the field of technical regulation of human life; European and international standards in the field of environmental quality, international, regional and national organizations for standardization, metrology and certification.

As a result of studying the discipline, the student will master the standards for air quality, water, soil, food, waste management; methodics of analysis, proper sampling for analysis, preparation and conducting of researches, statistical processing of results and some other operations listed in the regulations in order to obtain real information about the state of the environment.