Ideal for students with a keen interest and background in Engineering, with its focus on renewable energy, sustainable cities, and infrastructures for emergencies.
- Humanitarian Engineering: Ethics, Theory and Practices (15 credits)
- An Introduction to Global Health (15 credits)
- Water and Environmental Management (15 credits)
- One Humanity; Shared Responsibility (15 credits)
- Disasters, Resilience and Urban Data (15 credits or 30 credits)
- Renewable Energy (15 credits or 30 credits)
- Final Research Project (45 credits)
Specialist core modules
- Sustainable Operations and Humanitarian Supply Chains (15 credits)
- Sustainable Cities and Infrastructures for Emergencies (15 credits or 30 credits)
The Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city's vision is to be a thriving city which is socially harmonious, environmentally-friendly and resource-efficient. It is a flagship cooperation project between the governments of Singapore and China.
Explore how cooperations such as this are developed in our Urban Development lecture within our Sustainable Cities and Infrastructures for Emergencies Module.
This lecture features smart technology, eco-cities and inner-city regeneration schemes, mixed-use developments and multi-model transport interchanges with associated community, heritage or tourism facilities. Approaches to architecture, planning, design and the future of transportation will be presented.
- 6 core modules
2 specialist core modules
1 optional module or;
1 extended version of a Disaster and Resilience, Renewable Energy, or Sustainable Cities
Final research project
Which pathway will you take to play a pivotal role in the solution of global humanitarian challenges?
Need help choosing, compare all three pathways to find the route that suits you best.