Tufts School of Arts and Science
Water: Systems, Science, and Society (WSSS)
PhD - from participating departments and schools, M.S. - from participating departments and schools;
Tufts University has launched the Water: Systems, Science, and Society (WSSS) Ph.D. and MS Program. The purpose of the WSSS program is to provide the multidisciplinary perspectives and tools to manage water related problems.Students participating in the WSSS program enroll in and fulfill the requirements of a graduate degree within one of the participating departments to ensure a strong knowledge base in their chosen field as well complete WSSS requirements. WSSS students work in one of five Research Areas on interdisciplinary, problem-focused projects. The WSSS curriculum provides students the necessary tools and skills to address the multidimensional problems inherent in water resource issues. WSSS students take four core courses and participate in cross-cutting seminars. WSSS students also participate in field research or internships and skill workshops while completing their research.
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
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