uSask to offer unique master’s degree in water security

14 Sep 2015 7:14 AM | Smart About Salt (Administrator)

 The University of Saskatchewan has announced that it will offer a new master’s degree in water security, reportedly the first of its kind in North America. The program will train students in issues such as drought, climate change, flooding, and water quality. “We saw a gap in current training that could be addressed with our university’s strong expertise in interdisciplinary water research,” said Program Director Andrew Ireson. Students will be able to choose one of three specializations: hydrology, hydrogeology, and socio-hydrology. The program, a project-based professional-style degree, will be offered through the School of Environment and Sustainability (SENS). uSask

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