B.Eng. Régimen de Aguas
Perfil de la universidad:Universidad de Ciencias Aplicadas de Magdeburgo-Stendal
Página web de la carrera universitaria:https://www.hs-magdeburg.de/en/studies/bachelors-programmes/water-management.html
Lengua de introducción:Alemán
Inicio en la universidad:Semestre de invierno
BIC Preparation Program: 4 months to 1.5 years
Bachelor's Program: 3.5 years
In total: 3.9 to 5 years for a bachelor
Curso:Curso technico (T-Kurs)
The German-taught Bachelor's program in Water Management is open to all prospective students, who fulfill the academic entry requirements of the German higher education system.
The programme objective is to acquire expertise in the field of water management and the capability to acquire further knowledge independently with the aid of scientific methods. A further objective is to master the varied demands of professional life in applied practice, research or teaching, and to apply the rules of engineering confidently in order to deal effectively with the frequently changing tasks that will arise later in the working world.
Our water bodies are used for water supply, energy generation, irrigation, navigation, as discharge systems for purified effluents as well as for purposes of leisure and recreation. Even on a regional level, global water scarcity obliges us to manage the resource both in terms of quantity and quality. In areas of intense land use, technological, ecological and process-based demands emerge which have economic consequences and require a legal framework. An integrated approach from the viewpoints of ecological, technological, process engineering and structural aspects gives rise to new results and findings. Natural and technically optimised processes and procedures dominate the structural design and, in relation to the residues generated, bring about a closer interdependency with closed-cycle management.
Degree Course Content
Effective: 03th February 2016
|Extract of the regular curriculum|
A 12-week internship is part of the curriculum.
For further information please see the study an examination regulations (in German).