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MAS in Sustainable Water Resources Information
The Master of Advanced Studies in Sustainable Water Resources is a 12 month full time postgraduate diploma programme. The focus of the programme is on issues of sustainability and water resources in Latin America, with special attention given to the impacts of development and climate change on water resources. The programme combines multidisciplinary coursework with high level research. Sample research topics include: water quality, water quantity, water for agriculture, water for the environment, adaptation to climate change, and integrated water resource management. Language: English. Credit hours: 66 ECTS.
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Compulsory Courses
118-0101-00LWater Resources Seminars Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 16.
Automatic admittance given to the MAS students.
O3 credits3SP. Molnar, P. Burlando, further speakers
102-0287-00LFluvial Systems Information O3 credits2GP. Molnar
102-0237-00LHydrology IIO3 credits2GP. Burlando, S. Fatichi
101-0267-01LNumerical Hydraulics Information O3 credits2GM. Holzner
103-0237-00LGIS IIIO5 credits3GM. Raubal
102-0227-00LSystems Analysis and Mathematical Modeling in Urban Water Management Information O6 credits4GE. Morgenroth, M. Maurer
701-1551-00LSustainability AssessmentO3 credits2GP. Krütli, C. E. Pohl
102-0217-00LProcess Engineering Ia Information O3 credits2GE. Morgenroth
651-4031-00LGeographic Information Systems Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 60.
O3 credits4GA. Baltensweiler, M.  Hägeli-Golay
102-0327-01LImplementation of Environmental and other Sustainability Goals
Master students in Environmental Engineering choosing module Ecological Systems Design are not allowed to enrol 102-0327-01 Advanced Environmental Assessments (2KP) as already included in 102-0307-01 Advanced Environmental, Social and Economic Assessments (5KP).
O2 credits1GA. E. Braunschweig
701-0015-00LSeminar on Transdisciplinary Research for Sustainable DevelopmentO2 credits2SC. E. Pohl, M. Stauffacher
102-0215-00LUrban Water Management II Information W3 credits2GM. Maurer, P. Staufer
401-6215-00LUsing R for Data Analysis and Graphics (Part I) Information W1 credit1GA. Drewek, A. J. Papritz
651-4077-00LQuantification and Modeling of the Cryosphere: Dynamic Processes (University of Zurich)
No enrolment to this course at ETH Zurich. Book the corresponding module directly at UZH.
UZH Module Code: GEO815

Mind the enrolment deadlines at UZH:
W3 credits1VUniversity lecturers
701-1341-00LWater Resources and Drinking WaterW3 credits2GS. Hug, M. Berg, F. Hammes, U. von Gunten
701-1253-00LAnalysis of Climate and Weather Data Information W3 credits2GC. Frei
701-1251-00LLand-Climate Dynamics Information W3 credits2GS. I. Seneviratne, E. L. Davin
651-4101-00LPhysics of Glaciers Information W3 credits3GM. Lüthi, G. Jouvet, F. T. Walter, M. Werder
701-1437-00LLimnoecologyW8 credits10GP. Spaak, F. Altermatt, T. Gonser, K. J. Räsänen, C. T. Robinson
701-1631-00LFoundations of Ecosystem Management Information W5 credits3GJ. Ghazoul, C. Garcia
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