Grad Dip in Integrated Water Management

A student is required to obtain -

  1. for the GCIWM, #8 comprising minimum #4 from Part A, and balance from Parts A and B.

  2. for the GDipIWM, #16 comprising -
    1. #8 from Part A, and
    2. #8 from Part B

  3. for the MIWM, #24 comprising -
    1. #8 from Part A;
    2. #8 from Part B, and
    3. #8 from Part C

Part A

Course Code Units Course Title
WATR7000 2 New Perspectives on Project Management
WATR7001 2 Science of Water
WATR7002 2 Water, Sustainability and Development
WATR7003 2 Water Governance and Policy

Part B

Course Code Units Course Title
WATR7100 2 Catchment & Aquatic Ecosystem Health
WATR7200 2 Community, Livelihoods, Development & Water
WATR7300 2 Economics for Water Resource Management
WATR7400 2 WASH: water supply, sanitation and hygiene
WATR7600 2 Urban Futures: Delivering Water Sensitive Cities
WATR7700 2 Urban Metabolism - Resource and Energy Recovery Systems
WATR7800 2 Water, Agricultural Landscapes and Food Security
WATR7900 2 Collaborative Planning

Part C

Project

Course Code Units Course Title
WATR7500 8 Integrated Water Management Project
WATR7501 8 Integrated Water Management Project
WATR7502 8 Integrated Water Management Project
WATR7503 8 Integrated Water Management Project