MASTER OF SCIENCE IN

Sustainable
Water Management

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Facing challenges.

Leading solutions.

The Master of Science in Sustainable Water Management equips students to face global water challenges through an intensive year of study. Due to COVID-19, the program will delay its start to January 2021. Application deadline is extended to October 1, 2020. Please contact swm@tufts.edu with questions, or join us for a future webinar.

12 Month Program
4 Program Tracks
22 Faculty Mentors
10 Interdisciplinary Courses
$3K Summer Financing
(up to)

Four tracks. Limitless paths.

Upon admission, students select one of four program tracks, directing their secondary coursework and summer practicum.

Water Diplomacy

Examine how water diplomacy is central to preventing conflict and supporting equitable water management practices around the globe.

Water, Food, and Energy

Discover the dynamic nexus of water, food, and energy, and learn how these vital systems interact and contribute to human well-being.

Water Infrastructure for Human Settlements

Explore water infrastructure challenges around the world, with an emphasis on the development of sustainable and resilient communities.

WASH in International Development and Humanitarian Response

Study how water management is applied in international development and humanitarian emergencies to improve public health.

Water Professionals

with Global Impact

Due to COVID-19, our next cohort will begin in January 2021. Applications for admission are now open and due October 1, 2020. Visit the admissions page for more information on how to apply, and join us for our next webinar!

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