Drylands occupy more than one-third of the earth's land surface, including most of the Middle East and Israel. Dwindling water supplies and deteriorating water quality impede the sustainable development of drylands and the well-being of their growing population. The aim of this program is to introduce students to cutting-edge research and graduate education in water sciences, aimed at improving human life in drylands through technologies and policies for the sustainable use of water resources. Read more about the Master’s Degree in Hydrology and Water Quality
The program offers the following tracks of study:
✔ Water Resources
✔ Desalination and Water Treatment
✔ Microbiology and Water Quality
Students are required to complete 42 credits, including 12 Research Project credits.
The language of instruction for all program courses is English.
* Students who began their studies on October 2013 please refer to the previous program.