Objectives and competences
The course provides specialized training in the knowledge of water and the processes in which it plays a significant role, and cross-disciplinary training that allows students to learn about the different areas involved in the study of water and to analyze how they relate to each other. The goal is to provide society with professionals and researchers with cross-disciplinary training, who are able to understand the different technical, social, economic, legal and other aspects involved in global and integrated water management.
Ability to identify and understand the fundamental aspects of the various branches of science involved in the water cycle, and interpret them from legal, economic and social perspectives; capacity for critical judgement of the evaluation and management of conventional and non-conventional water resources; ability to anticipate collateral problems and potential risks involved in the alteration and modification of water, in order to evaluate projects in which water plays a significant role.
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