Awards B.Sc. in Water Resources Engineering
Awards B.Sc. in Environmental Engineering
College of Water and Environmental Engineering was found in 1962 as Wad Elmagboul Institute for Earth Sciences. In 1990s, the College was changed into the College of Water Engineering and Technology and then finally to its recent name. Currently the College offers interdisciplinary undergraduate programs that consist of joint programs in the fields of Water Resource Engineering and Environmental Engineering. The college consists of two departments: the Department of Water Resources Engineering, the Department of Environmental Engineering. Currently, the undergraduate program comprises two specialty programs: Water Engineering and Environmental Engineering at undergraduate level; offers the basic knowledge required for water resource and environmental majors. The program is designed to train students with a strong foundation for engineering practice and for further study in the related fields. Degree Requirements The requirement for a degree of B.Sc Honours in Water Resources Engineering is the successful completion of 209 credits of courses, plus 44 credits of field training. The requirement for a degree of B.Sc Honours in Environmental Engineering is the successful completion of 212 credits of courses, plus 44 credits of field training.
The College of Water and Environmental Engineering is one of Sudan University of Science and Technology colleges, it is looking forward to be the leading Water and Environment Engineering Collage within Sudan and the Region as a whole. It aims to graduate highly knowledgeable young engineers and technicians with B.Sc. and diploma with honor degrees in Water and Environmental Engineering and Planning and post-graduate studies who will shoulder the responsibility of developing and upgrading water and environment investigation, planning, execution and monitoring. In addition to the study programs, the college will conduct applied research to contribute to solving the water and environmental problems facing the country.
It is one of the college objectives to help in achieving the UN Millennium Development Goals to reduce by half the proportion of the people without suitable access to safe drinking water by the year 2015 and to ensure sustainable environmental development as well as to help in fulfilling the government five and twenty- five years national plans.