Students are able to become an effective part of a multidisciplinary work group, sharing the information available and integrating their activity in that of the group, collaborating actively in the attainment of common objectives, as coastal issues require on different geographical scales, both regarding the nature of shore dynamics, coastal and port works and in the management of risks associated with the same.
Students have sufficient ability for study, synthesis and autonomy that once this training programme is over, they are able to accede to a doctoral programme whose lines of research lie within the coastal and port fields with the master's degree
Students should have sufficient ability to join an enterprise (public or private) as professionals within the area of the master's degree
Students are able to structure a coastal or port engineering project in any of its phases, from the proposals, pre-design, design, planning and evaluation of alternatives and the final project
Students are able to recognize the opportunities and synergies that multidisciplinary interaction offers as a differential factor in order to achieve the following: (1) contribute to a better use of the coast and port infrastructures; (2) reduction of risks and threats associated to the same; (3) ability to integrate the different interrelated processes; (4) enable a better forecast of environmental aspects that have repercussions on the socioeconomic activities that take place in these areas