Civil Engineering: Water Engineering

B.Sc. in Civil Engineering – Water Engineering

For the first time in history, economists and environmental experts agree that in the next few years, water will be the main resource world-wide, as crude oil has been in the past. As of today, two billion residents in the global community have no immediate access to water sources.  The forecast shows that in the near future more then a third of the world population will suffer from water shortage. The urban environment is expanding and over-crowded, whereas the outlying areas (periphery) is less crowded. The municipal, regional, and country-wide infrastructure systems require new thinking schemes, new research and development technologies, and also the upgrading of present methods in order to assure continuing development of mankind environment, agriculture and industry.

The water engineering track proposed by the Technion has been specially designed to meet the burning needs of the water sector
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Environmental and Water Engineering