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Water Resource Management in the US and Germany: A Technical and Comparative Approach (3 cr.)

May 18 - June 5, 2015

Program Director: Flynn Picardal

E482/E582 - In your coursework, you will focus on inter-country comparisons of the sources of drinking water, availability of drinking water supplies, the techniques used to treat drinking water and municipal wastewater (sewage), water-related policies and regulations, sustainability efforts, and future issues and challenges.


Learn practical applications outside of the classroom via visits to a:

  • Drinking water treatment plant
  • Wastewater treatments plant
  • Experimental water-research facility
  • Industrial water treatment facility at a large brewery

Please see your academic/faculty advisor to determine how this study abroad program will fulfill major requirements specific to your academic needs. The IUB SPEA Undergraduate Advising Office has preapproved this course to fulfill the following undergraduate academic programs:

  • Environmental Management
  • Environmental Science
  • Environmental Sustainability

Application Deadline

Priority Deadline:                                 December 14, 2014

Final Deadline:                                     February 14, 2015

Questions?

Contact: Ashley Stevens

Overseas Program Specialist
812-856-0796, SPEA 201
asblong@indiana.edu

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