Resolution Of December 27, 2011, At The University Of A Coruña, Which Publishes Curriculum Of Master In Water Engineering.

Original Language Title: Resolución de 27 de diciembre de 2011, de la Universidad de A Coruña, por la que se publica el plan de estudios de Máster en Ingeniería del Agua.

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Obtained the verification of the curriculum by the universities Council, following the positive report of the National Agency for quality assessment and accreditation, as well as the authorization of the autonomous community of Galicia, and agreed to the official nature of the title by the Council of Ministers of April 15, 2011 (published in the Official Gazette on May 11, 2011 by resolution of the General University Secretary on April 26, 2011).

This Rectorate, under the protection of article 35.4 of the organic law 6/2001, of universities, in the wording given by the organic law 4/2007, resolves to publish the curriculum leading to the degree of Master in engineering of the water, which is structured as shown in the annex.

A Coruña, 27 December 2011.-the Rector, José María Barja Pérez.

Annex curriculum leading to the degree of Master in water engineering 2nd Edition (courses 2009 / 2010 and 2010 / 2011) structure of the teachings (Royal Decree 1393 / 2007, annex I, section 5.1) 1. Branch of knowledge to which is attached the title: engineering and architecture.

2. distribution of curriculum in ECTS credits, by type of material.




Subject credits ECTS obligatory 75 electives - Externships - work dissertation 25 Total credits 100 3. Content of the curriculum.




Module subject/subject credits ECTS character course organization temporary resource analysis. Hydraulics and hydrology.





Hydrological cycle and water resources.





3 OB 1 1st semester.






Surface hydrology and hydraulics.





4 OB 1 1st semester.






Groundwater hydrology.





4 OB 1 1st semester.






Regulation of the use and management of ends.





4 OB 1 2nd semester.






Experimental techniques in hydraulics.





3 OB 1 1st semester.






Uses of water.





Supply systems.





4 OB 1 2nd semester.






Sanitation systems.





4 OB 1 2nd semester.






Agricultural uses and Industrial water.





3 OB 1 2nd semester.






Management of water resources.





Legislation.





2 OB 1 1st semester.






Hydrological planning.





3 OB 1 2nd semester.






Economy and water management.





4 OB 1 2nd semester.






Numerical models in water engineering.





Hydraulic computational I.





4 OB 1 2nd semester.






Hydraulic computational II.





4 OB 2 2nd semester.






Water quality models.





4 OB 2 2nd semester.






Commercial programs in engineering hydraulics and sanitary.





4 OB 2 2nd semester.






Additional information and analysis techniques.





GIS and remote sensing applied to the management of water resources.





3 OB 1 1st semester.






Characterization and environmental resource management.





Physical chemistry of water and water quality.





4 OB 1 1st semester.






Advanced water treatment.





4 OB 1 2nd semester.






Experimental techniques in quality and water treatment.





3 OB 1 2nd semester.






Ecology.





2 OB 1 2nd semester.






Sanitary and hydraulic works environmental impact.





2 OB 1 2nd semester.






Projects.





Technical study.





3 OB 1 2nd semester.






Master thesis.





25 OB 2 2nd semester.





1st Edition (courses 2006 / 2007 to 2008 / 2009) structure of the teachings (Royal Decree 1393 / 2007, annex I, section 5.1) 3. Branch of knowledge to which is attached the title: engineering and architecture.

4. distribution of curriculum in ECTS credits, by type of material.




Type of external credits ECTS obligatory 72 electives 16 practices matter - work end of Master 12 Total credits 100 3. Content of the curriculum.

The curriculum is divided into two courses of 50 credits each. The first is enrolled 46 compulsory credits and 4 elective, and in the second mandatory 38 and 12 optional.




Module subject/subject credits ECTS character course organization temporary resource analysis. Hydraulics and hydrology.





Hydrological cycle and water resources.





3 OB 1 1st semester.






Surface hydrology and hydraulics.





4 OB 1 1st semester.






Groundwater hydrology.





4 OB 1 1st semester.






The resource regulation and management of extreme situations.





4 OB 1 2nd semester.






Experimental techniques in hydraulics.





3 OB 1 1st semester.






Uses of water.





Supply systems.





4 OB 1 2nd semester.






Sanitation systems.





4 OB 1 2nd semester.






Agricultural uses and Industrial water.





3 OB 1 2nd semester.






Management of water resources.





Legislation.





2 OB 1 1st semester.






Hydrological planning.





3 OB 1 2nd semester.






Economy and water management.





4 OB 1 2nd semester.






Numerical models in water engineering.





Hydraulic computational I.





4 OB 1 2nd semester.






Hydraulic computational II.





4 OB 2 2nd semester.






Water quality models.





4 OB 2 2nd semester.






Commercial programs in engineering hydraulics and sanitary.





4 OB 2 2nd semester.






Additional information and analysis techniques.





GIS and remote sensing applied to the management of water resources.





3 OB 1 1st semester.






Characterization and environmental resource management.





Physical chemistry of water and water quality.





4 OB 1 1st semester.






Advanced water treatment.





4





OB





2
1st semester.






Experimental techniques in quality and water treatment.





3 OB 1 2nd semester.






Ecology.





2 OB 1 2nd semester.






Sanitary and hydraulic works environmental impact.





2 OB 1 2nd semester.






Optional.





Technical study.





3 OP 1 2nd semester.






Large thesis Master's final.





13 OP 2 2nd semester.






Project.





Project thesis Master's final.





12 OB 1 2nd semester.

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