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Teaching is concentrated in the faculties and schools, and the departments deal with research, which is also conducted by institutes and chairs, at the same time responsible for knowledge promotion.
The Master in Water Resources Science and Technology is aimed at training professionals with a multidisciplinary profile that allows them to take on the current and future challenges of water-resources management, by enabling their incorporation into the job market and world of research (in public or private centres), and developing its activity in aspects directly or indirectly relating to water, with greater emphasis on science or engineering depending on the itinerary that is chosen.
It also aims to provide students with tools and skills that enable them to take on complex problems through a critical analysis of existing information, manage uncertainty, take decisions (individually and as a team) and adapt to the constant changes of paradigm in the field of water resources science and technology. Communication and responsibility and the search for and use of reliable sources of knowledge are worked on under the educational method of problem-based teaching.
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