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The MSc (Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management), MSc (HEWRM), programme is hosted by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The programme accepts both full-time and part-time students.
To qualify for the MSc (HEWRM) degree, a candidate must successfully complete a programme of study consisting of at least 40 Modular Credits (MCs). At least 30 MCs must be at graduate level within the subject or in related disciplines.
The core requirements in total are worth 28 MCs, of which 20 MCs are in the form of core modules, while the remaining 8 MCs are in the form of an MSc project for which students will work on innovative research in the HEWRM field. The remaining 12 MCs will be obtained from elective modules.
In addition, a student must obtain a minimum Cumulative Point Average (CAP) of 3.00 (equivalent to an average of Grade B-) for the best modules equivalent to 40 MCs (inclusive of core modules, where required). Furthermore, the grade point obtained for each of the 6 core modules must be at least 2.5 (equivalent to Grade C+). If this is not met, a student is allowed to re-take once, up to 2 core modules within the given programme time frame. The better grade will be used to compute the CAP.
- CE5307 Wave Hydrodynamics and Physical Oceanography
- CE5308 Coastal Processes and Sediment Transport
- CE5310 Hydroinformatics
- CE5311 Environmental Modelling with Computers
- CE5312 River Mechanics
- CE5314 HEWRM Project
- CE5313 Groundwater Hydrology
- CE5603 Engineering Economics and Project Evaluation
- CE5883A Topics in Hydraulic & Water Resources – Environmental Hydraulics
- OT5203 Design of Floating Structures
- OT5204 Offshore Moorings and Risers
- ESE5601 Environmental Risk Assessment
- ESE5602 Environmental Management Systems
- ESE5405 Water Treatment Processes
- ESE5901 Environmental Technology
- IE5203 Decision Analysis
- PP5257 Water Policy and Governance
- PP5294 Dynamic Modelling of Public Policy Systems
- At least a Bachelor's degree in Engineering or its equivalent.
- Payment of application fees (S$50)
- The page of your passport bearing the passport number
- Employment pass / work permit
- Documentary proof of change in name (if you had your name changed and your name in NRIC / Passport is not identical to the name printed on your degree scroll / certificate and university transcript)
- Polytechnic results and certificate (if applicable), or its equivalent
- Original official transcript, or its certified true copies,
- Financial statement indicating a balance of at least S$25,000 or its equivalent to show applicants’ ability to support themselves financially (i.e. estimated expenses of S$25,000 a year in Singapore) - only applicable to International applicants applying for full-time courses and who are not residing or not working in Singapore.
- TOEFL scoresheet indicating a min. score of 92 (internet-based test) or IELTS (Academic) result of 6.5
- Referee reports / recommendation letters
- NUS Graduate Scholarship