The Water Institute builds capacity for research and practice on the challenges of water, health and development. We do this in two ways:
View descriptions of our Water Safety Plans course and Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) for WaSH course currently being offered.
To ask a question about distance learning, please email us as email@example.com.
Learning at UNC
Helpful tips on writing research papers from the Director of The Water Institute at UNC Dr. Jamie Bartram are available here.
The School of Public Health offers Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) degree programs, and a subset of these undergraduates pursue studies in WaSH. Students typically apply to the School of Public Health in the second semester of their sophomore year for fall admission the following academic year. More information for current UNC students on admission to the BSPH program may be found here.
All applicants to the MS, MSEE, MSPH and PhD programs must officially apply through The Graduate School at UNC. Of special interest is the newly restructured one year Master of Science in Environmental Engineering, a non-research, public health-oriented terminal degree intended for students interested in careers in environmental engineering practice.