Water Supply and Sanitation

1. Program Description

  • Faculty: Environment and Labor Safety.
  • Degrees conferred: Engineer in Water supply and Drainage – Water Environment
  • Overview of the program: The Speciality of Water Supply and Sanitation is a one of 3 specialities in the Faculty of Environment and Labor Safety. There are about 80 4.5-year-bachelor students every year. Water Supply and Sanitation is the integration of science, engineering and management principles to improve the technology for good drinking water, water supply system and sanitation, to provide healthy water for human and other organisms, and to remediate pollution sites.

2. Intended Program Outcomes

The student who graduates with the Speciality of Water Supply and Sanitation should be able to:

  • Have large knowledge and the good skills of building the water supply and discharge system (including design, construction and operation) in the rural and urban areas;
  • Manage the project of the water supply and sanitation;
  • Apply modern technologies for the design and the management of water supply and discharge system, and domestic and industrial waste water treatment.

3. Degree Curriculum

For general, minor and elective courses, only courses mostly related to the program are listed.

3.1. General courses

3.2. Foundation courses

3.3. Major courses

3.4. Minor or elective courses

3.5. Additional Courses and Requirements

English: TOEIC 500