Water Engineering, M.Sc.
The study program is currently under revision and accreditation. New applications are planned for the winter term 2020/21.
|Study degree:||Master of Science, M.Sc.|
|Regular study period:||4 semesters|
|Beginning of study:||winter term|
|Form of study:|| Studying full-time with full support |
|ETCS:||120 CP* |
* Credit Points (CP or LP) are rated in the European Union within the European Creadit Transfer System (ECTS). The system simplifies the crediting of courses from different European universities.
|Access requirements:|| |
The Water Engineering Master is a consecutive study program focusing on water-related topics. To apply for this program students must achieve at least a rate of 2.7 in a civil engineering, environmental engineering or comparable bachelor degree.
|Access limits:||This study program has access limits.|
|Target group:||National and international students with a bachelor degree and main specialization on water-related topics.|
|Regulations:||Examination regulations (in German) |
Examination procedure regulations (in German)
|Accreditation:||The accreditation process starts in November 2019. The study program will start in winter term 2020/21.|