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MSc Eng: Waste and Resources Management
Register for our exciting full-time (1
• Register for our exciting full-time (1 year) or part-time (2 year) coursework
Master’s degree in Waste and Resources Management.
• Suitable for Engineering and Science graduates as well as professionals in
industry and government.
• The purpose of the MScEng in Waste and Resources Management is to
develop multidisciplinary knowledge at an advanced level, foster innovation
and technological advancement for sustainable development, and prepare
graduates and practitioners for specialised professional employment in the
waste management sector.
• Core modules cover research methodology in waste management,
integrated waste management systems and logistics, waste as a resource,
environmental sanitary engineering, and waste management in developing
countries.
• Specialisation modules, of which one must be chosen, include landfill
design and management, management of industrial and organic waste, and
the design of water and wastewater treatment plants.
• A dissertation, weighted 50% of the degree, is also required.
• All lectures are ONLINE and are delivered in blocks in a blended mode.
year) or part-time (2 year) coursework Master’s degree in Waste and Resources Management.

The purpose of the MScEng in Waste and Resources Management is to develop multidisciplinary knowledge at an advanced level, foster innovation and technological advancement for sustainable development, and prepare graduates and practitioners for specialised professional employment in the waste management sector.

Core modules cover research methodology in waste management, integrated waste management systems and logistics, waste as a resource, environmental sanitary engineering, and waste management in developing countries. Specialisation modules, of which one must be chosen, include landfill design and management, management of industrial and organic waste, and the design of water and wastewater treatment plants.

A dissertation, weighted 50% of the degree, is also required. All lectures are ONLINE and are delivered in blocks in a blended mode.

Apply now for 2021. For further information contact: Professor Cristina Trois, SARChI Chair in Waste and Climate Change | Troisc@ukzn.ac.za | 031 260 3065/1070

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