MS Sustainable Water Sanitation Health and Development
In contrast to the majority of 'traditional' environmental engineering degrees, individuals pursuing an MS in Sustainable Water Sanitation Health and Development explore the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to assess a community's needs, design, and to evaluate, & implement technical solutions to water supply and sanitation deficiencies that are appropriate for and sustainable for that community, through a process of community engagement and mobilization and in collaboration with other stakeholders. Graduates taking this degree program to collaborate effectively with communities, community-based organizations, and the local political structure in order to implement water and sanitation interventions effectively, assess the functioning and impacts of these systems, and identify and implement solutions to improve the effectiveness and sustainability of existing systems.
- Preparation of Thesis Research Proposal
- Biostatistics and Epidemiology
- Wash and Community
- Water Law, Policy and Community
- Chemistry & Biology of Wash
- Small Water System Design
- Water and Health
- BS with minimum 2.5 CGPA or equivalent from HEC recognized Institute.
- Passing marks in entry test.
This MS program is designed for consultants and working professionals in federal, state, and municipal government, non-governmental organizations, international development organizations, and public health agencies. It places a premium on practical and policy skills development and addresses crucial future concerns such as climate change, population growth, and urbanization. You will have a better grasp of technical interventions in the areas of water supply, sanitation, and solid waste management.