You will be introduced to research and development leading to technologies that address environmental problems, and learn to interact with stakeholders, managers and policy makers for appropriate remedial actions.
Starts: Annually in October
Duration: 18 months
Location: UNESCO-IHE, Delft, the Netherlands
Environmental Science and Technology is intended for mid-career professionals with an interest in environmental sciences and in maintaining environmental integrity in relation to human development.
In cooperation with Univalle UNESCO-IHE offers the following Joint Programme in Environmental Science and Technology:
After successfully completing this specialization, graduates will be able to:
- Design, organise and conduct scientific environmental research, and contribute to the development of innovative technologies for solving environmental problems;
- Analyse dynamic interactions in complex human environment systems;
- Formulate data requirements and data collection strategies and design, and apply conceptual and computational models for a better understanding of these systems;
- Provide scientific advice for policy development and decision making.
Please click here for the application procedure for the UNESCO-IHE MSc programmes.
Programme Structure & Contents
This specialization consists of 14 modules covering a total of 12 months, this is followed by a 6-month research and thesis phase. Graduates of the programme will be awarded 106 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credits.
A detailed table of all specialization modules that comprise the Delft-based Master's Programme in Environmental Science is available here. The specializations are found in the top row and their relevant modules are found directly below.