The Water Management MSc degree program will serve the national and regional governments and institutions towards addressing water challenges that require water engineers, scientists and managers apply an integrated and interdisciplinary approach, involving hydrological, biophysical, and chemical, engineering, economic, institutional, legal, policy making and planning aspects.

The Master’s program in Water Management will have the following five specialization tracks:

  1. Hydrology and Water Resources (HWR)
  2. Water Quality Management (WQM)
  3. Aquatic Ecosystems Management (AEM)
  4. Water Supply and Sanitation (WSS)
  5. Water and Wastewater Technology (WWT)