About the Program
Queen’s University is home to the Beaty Water Research Centre. Equipped with 58 faculty members from 11 departments, the Centre brings together world-class researchers to tackle our most important resource on this planet, water. Start today with this Micromasters program in Water and Global Human Health and unlock advanced standing to future graduate diplomas and master’s degrees at Queen’s.
The Water and Global Human Health courses are an exciting investigation of water as it moves through the environment, and ultimately impacts human populations. Knowledge such as this is critical to promoting sustainable development, and supporting the protection of water resources into the future.
What you will learn?
- Explain the complex role of water in the environment and its impact on human health.
- Critically evaluate water issues and identify key aspects of concern to human health.
- Apply established and emerging knowledge to water and human health issues.
- Water on Earth: An Introduction
- Watershed Systems and their Influence on Water Movement and Quality
- Modelling Watershed Processes for Water Resource Management
- Water related health
- Global water use and climate change
- Opportunities in Water & Health
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