Application Reference EU Code: 6.9 Website Reference: RWA010 Ai?? Duration (in semesters): 3 Credits (per semester): 60
The main objective of the M.Sc. in Water Resources and levitra 20mg price. #Buy Levitra canada. levitra 10 mg. Environmental Management (WREM) to contribute to poverty alleviation and sustainable socio-economic development in Rwanda by building capacity and stimulating solution-oriented Ai??research Ai??related to water resources and environmental management at the National University of Rwanda.
Structure and Content:
The programme is made up of 8 taught modules each of 15 credits and an M.Sc. thesis of 60 credits (1 credit equals 15 student hours). The modules are: WREM601. Principles of Water Resources & Environmental Management, WREM602. Water Resources Systems and Engineering, WREM603 Water Quality & Environmental Management, WREM604 GIS, Remote Sensing and Water Resources Modelling, WREM605 Wastewater Treatment & Disposal, WREM606 Ai??Water Supply & Treatment, WREM607 Ai??Irrigation Drainage and Structures (Elective), WREM608 Wetlands Management (Elective), WREM609 Group Work Project, WREM610 Research Thesis. The assessment include continuous assessment (test, assignment, doxycycline in usa. #Canada Drugs Doxycycline. doxycycline near me. laboratory and field practices) 40% and final examination Ai??60%.
At the end of the programme students should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:
- Principles of integrated water resources management (IWRM), its global context, and the implied multidisciplinary approach to water resources management.
- Catchment management principles, including planning, management of national and international river basins, gender roles and stakeholder participation.
- The principles of hydraulics, application of hydrostatics and laws of conservation of mass, energy and momentum in design and construction of hydraulic structures.
- The principle of hydrology including: elements of weather and climate, groundwater and aspect of water measurement.
- Basic water chemistry and microbiology, formulation process of water quality regulations and effluent standards, and water quality modelling principles, data processing and environmental management tools.
- Principles of GIS and Remote Sensing and their applications in water resources planning and management.
- The basic principles, approaches and techniques of water and wastewater treatment and effluent disposal systems.
- The design approaches and efficient management of irrigation and agricultural water management systems, with due regard to the technical, social and institutional constraints imposed by the surrounding environment.
- The ecological structure and functions of wetlands, the options for sustainable use of wetlands, and how to write a wetland management plan for conservation and wise use.
- The application of concepts and tools of integrated water resources management (IWRM) in a real life case and to operationalise principles and best practices.
- The rigours and essentials of planning, conducting, reporting and presenting research findings.
Recognition and Accreditation Obtained:
The programmes was validated by NUR Senate & Board of Directors April 2005, High Education Council and finally approved by Cabinet.