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New for 2019 Integrated Water Management

Open for Fall 2019

Length: 2 Years
Credential: Diploma
Available: Full Time Classroom

Program Highlights

Create solutions for global water issues with a career in water management. This program will prepare you for various roles such as a water systems consultant, water restoration technician, environmental technologist or planner and policy analyst.


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Tuition and Fees Per Year*

Year 1: $10,473
Year 2: $10,473
Year 1 (International): $24,723
Year 2 (International): $24,723

*Tuition, fees, books and supply costs are subject to change

Requirements

You will be offered admission to this program through direct entry if you meet the admission requirements and space is available.

What is integrated water management?

SAIT, along with industry partner Imperial, has created the Integrated Water Management diploma program to give students the tools and expertise they need to work on solutions for global water issues.

This initiative is the first integrated water program diploma in Canada. Graduates will have transferable skills for working in a multitude of industries such as energy, government, non-profit, agriculture, education, food and beverage, manufacturing, engineering and construction.

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Program details

Program description

Gain technical skills in water management to work on solutions for global water issues. Graduates will acquire specialized knowledge and market-sought skills in both industrial and environmental applications. Students conduct applied research projects over three semesters, with a unique opportunity to work with industry partners and mentors.

The Integrated Water Management program focuses on:

  • water monitoring program development and execution
  • data management and analysis to inform design and decision-making
  • project management and communication
  • inspection and maintenance of surface water drainage systems
  • site assessment and identifying sources of pollution and contamination
  • erosion sediment control
  • support permitting applications and reporting
  • emergency preparedness plans and response incorporating increasing risks of extreme events
  • applicable skills to support global water availability challenges, including Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)
  • hands-on learning experience including field school, classroom and virtual reality labs

Create solutions for global water issues with a career in water management. This program will prepare you for various roles such as a water systems designer, watershed planner, water analyst or public relations.
Gain water management skills to identify local solutions for global water issues. Graduates will have the opportunity to acquire specialized knowledge and market-sought skills developed through the work-integrated learning of a capstone research project in either environmental technology or advanced industrial applications.

Your career

Graduates of this program find work in industries such as water quality, water restoration and damage, environmental health and safety, natural resource management and waste management. Possible career opportunities include:

  • junior water analyst
  • water systems designer
  • junior planner/policy analyst or strategist
  • industrial water technologist
  • field inspector
  • junior watershed planner
  • environmental water analyst
  • environmental scientist

Student success

Students with a passion for water and the environment and those who enjoy problem-solving will experience more success in this program.

The program is open to not just recent high school graduates but also those looking for a career shift.

Credentials and accreditation

After successfully completing this program, graduates will receive a SAIT diploma in Integrated Water Management.

Admission Requirements

Completion of the following courses or their equivalents:

  • At least 60% in English Language Arts 30-1 or English Language Arts 30-2, AND
  • At least 60% in Math 30-1 or Pure Math 30, AND
  • At least 50% in Chemistry 20, AND
  • At least 50% in Physics 20, AND
  • At least 50% in Biology 20.

All applicants must demonstrate English Language Proficiency prior to admission, including students educated in Canada.

SAIT accepts high school course equivalents for admission. If you don't meet the requirements, consider Academic Upgrading.

SAIT evaluates international documents for admissions. After you've applied, consider our international document assessment service if your education is from outside of Canada. 

Direct entry: four-step process:

Step 1: Read the program information to see the qualities needed for student success.

Step 2: Ensure that you meet all of the admission requirements listed above.

Step 3: Apply to Integrated Water Management and submit your transcripts and/or anticipated final grades.
Admission will be extended on a first-qualified, first-offered basis until the program is full.

Step 4: Find out how to monitor your application status after you apply

Courses

Year 1

Semester 1

Course CodeCourse NameCredit
COMM 256 Professional Communications and Presentation Skills 3.0
MNGT 204 Health, Safety, and Society 3.0
MNGT 206 People and Project Management 3.0
WATR 203 Water Fundamentals 3.0
WATR 206 Water Management 3.0
Semester 1 Total 15.0

 

Semester 2

Course CodeCourse NameCredit
DATA 200 Data Management and Analytics 3.0
PROJ 210 Applied Project Development 3.0
TECH 200 Developments in Technology 3.0
WATR 204 Water and Environment 3.0
WATR 205 Water, Governance, and Law 3.0
Semester 2 Total 15.0
First Year Total 30.0

Year 2

Semester 3

Course CodeCourse NameCredit
INRY 301 Industry and Environment Applications 3.0
PROJ 301 Applied Project Development II 3.0
RSMG 300 Risk Management 3.0
WATR 300 Climate, Geopolitical and Economic Drivers of Water 3.0
WATR 302 Innovation and Disruption in Water Systems 3.0
Semester 3 Total 15.0

 

Semester 4

Course CodeCourse NameCredit
PROJ 307 Capstone Project 6.0
WATR 301 Water Management Economics 3.0

Elective (choose 1)

Course CodeCourse NameCredit
ENVS 306 Water Environmental Technologies 6.0
INRY 300 Advanced Industry Applications 6.0
Semester 4 Total 15.0
First Year Total 30.0
Second Year Total 30.0
Program Total 60.0

Progression

Students must attain a PGPA and/or a CGPA of 2.0 or better in each semester and pass the necessary prerequisite courses to progress through the program. To qualify for graduation, students must pass all courses, attain a CGPA of 2.0 or better and complete course requirements within the prescribed timelines.

Costs

Domestic Tuition and Fees*

YearTuition feesSAIT feesSAITSA fees2018/19 total
1 $9,500 $450 $523 $10,473
2 $9,500 $450 $523 $10,473

International Tuition and Fees*

YearTuition feesSAIT feesSAITSA fees2018/19 total
1 $23,750 $450 $523 $24,723
2 $23,750 $450 $523 $24,723

SAIT Fees

Campus Athletic and Recreation Fee: $160
Universal Transit Pass (UPass): $290

SAIT Students' Association Fees

Health Plan: $110**
Dental Plan: $125**
SAIT Students' Association (SAITSA): $288

Books and Supplies*

  • Books and supplies are approximately $1,800 per year.


Find out about tuition and financial aid.

* Tuition, fees, books and supply costs are subject to change.
** For students with existing health and/or dental plans, please refer to the SAITSA website for information on opting out.

Contact Information

MacPhail School of Energy
403.284.8451
energy.info@sait.ca

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