The Master of Science Degree in Water Resources Engineering Management (WREM) is a taught programme offered on a full-time basis (3 semesters) or part-time (6 semesters). A semester normally runs for 6 months. The programme comprises a taught part followed by a Dissertation. The taught part comprises nine courses, of which five and a Project are compulsory and four are elective. The Dissertation normally commences after successful completion of the taught part and the Research Methods Course.
To be admitted into the programme, candidates must have normally obtained a good first degree in an appropriate field of engineering or natural sciences. Professional experience in relevant fields is an added advantage.