Since 2016, this new inderdisciplinary program has offered students training in the underlying scientific principles and theory pertaining to the physical, chemical and biological properties of water. There is a focus on how these scientific principles can be applied to improve the management and conservation of water and land resources.
Through a combination of training and practical work experience, you will be able to identify and solve ongoing threats to our water resources including those caused by human activities and climate change. You will be able to recognize that the availability of safe, clean water and its resources is a fundamental question of social justice.
This program will help you develop the skills needed to apply quantitative and computer analysis to asses, monitor and sustainable manage land and water resources. You will understand the critical need of government responsibility for managing and protecting water and Earth's resources. Throughout your studies, you will feel empowered to contribute to the quest to improve the availability, security and reliability of human water supplies, while ensuring the whole ecosystem and human health.
These are a few popular academic opportunities which allow you to dive deeper into your major area of study or broaden your knowledge:
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