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Curriculum

A fundamental aim of the international M.Sc. in Water Resources and Environmental Management curriculum is to offer students a breath-taking experience in the world of scientific research. Our core and elective courses are tailored to develop an independent and result-oriented thinking to meet the demands and challenges in all areas of water resources management, water supply, waste water treatment and solid waste management. Several institutes are involved in the WATENV courses. They offer outstanding general conditions for students and researchers and make the programme truly interdisciplinary. Scientific courses are complemented by soft skills modules and independent project work. 

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MODULE OVERVIEW

Modules (valid from winter semester 2019/20 on) Credit Points

Mandatory Basics:

Natural Sciences

Environmental Hydraulics

Hydrology & Water Resources Management I

Statistical Methods

 

6

6

6

6

Soft Skills/projects:

Research Planning & Scientific Communication

Research Project & Colloquium

 

3

6

Major A: Water Resources Management:

GIS and Remote Sensing

Water Resources System Analyses

Hydrological Extremes

 

Major B: Sanitary Engineering:

Solid Waste Management

Industrial Water Supply & Water Management

Infrastructures for Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal

 

6

6

6

  

 

6

6

6

Elective Supplements:

Coastal and Estuarine Management

Hydropower Engineering

Soil Mechanics for Hydraulic Structures

Ecology and Water Quality

Wetland Ecology & Management

Urban Hydrology

Modelling in Sanitary Engineering – Biological Processes

Field Measuring Techniques in Coastal Engineering

Maritime and Port Coastal Engineering

Flow & Transport Processes

Environmental Planning

Water Economics

Geostatistics and Soft Computing

Reuse of Alternative Sourcewaters

Modelling in Sanitary Engineering – Systems

Special Topics in Sanitary Engineering

Recycling and Circular Ecology

Innovative Bioprocesses for Waste Valorization

 

6

6

3

6

6

6

6

6

6

6

3

6

3

3

6

3

6

6

Master Thesis:

Master's Thesis

 

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