Course description:

The Masters in Integrated Water Management aims to build integrated water management professionals able to collaborate, create and deliver innovative approaches to complex water management challenges. The program draws on the expertise of international leaders in teaching, research and practice across a wide breadth of disciplines, taking a transdisciplinary ‘whole-of-water-cycle’ approach that equips participants with practical tools and skills for developing and delivering effective water management solutions.

Through this program you’ll develop effective leadership capacity as well as the strategic, managerial and technical skills you need to advance in the water sector.

Exit points exist at the Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma levels.

School Department:

Faculty of Engineering, Architecture & Information Technology at Griffith University

Entry Requirements:

• A completed undergraduate degree in a related field of study from an internationally-recognised institution;
• English language skills as demonstrated by an officially recognised test of English language proficiency (see Griffith University’s specific requirements)
• Professional experience in a water related field is preferred but not essential to enrol in the program.

Website:

Official Programme Website: https://watercentre.org/master-of-integrated-water-management