Online Postgraduate Modules
Technical knowledge of the four phases of the water urban cycle
The Postgraduate Modules are technical knowledge courses offered in online format. The contents cover the four phases of the urban water cycle: water collection and treatment, distribution networks, drainage networks and wastewater treatment; The credits are part of the different itineraries that lead to the Master in Technology and Management of Water Online, a degree accredited by the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) and the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC).
All the programs are developed in the online training environment of the School of Water, accessible by username and password, and follow the online pedagogical model, with the support of an expert teacher and a dynamic tutor at all times.
The passed credits are curricular in the case of wanting to take the postgraduate or master's degrees of the online itinerary. In this way you can choose what field to start and how far to go.
The training itinerary in Water Technology and Management offers the flexibility of starting a postgraduate module with the possibility of continuing training until you obtain a Master's or post-graduate degree accredited by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) and the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) ).
PM: Drinking Water Production
Postgraduate module which prepares you to optimize resources with the joint management of surface and groundwater, to design and efficiently manage drinking water treatment plants. Starts: April 2020. This programme is taught in Spanish.Further information
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