The College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology on July 20th – 23rd successfully hosted the 9th Annual Regional Collaboration Conference which brings together researchers from Uganda, Tanzania, Mozambique and Sweden. The conference which was officially opened by the Minister
Course Description The course provides students with techniques and tools for successfully planning and implementing water resources projects. The students will get knowledge about the differences in implementation processes for small and large projects, single purpose and multipurpose projects. In
Course Description The course introduces students to Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM). The purpose of this course is to give the students of water resources management a wider understanding of IWRM and the procedures and tools available for its implementation.
Course Description Most Water Resources’ project involve the use of Geographical Information Systems (GIS), Such projects require extensive knowledge and the use and GIS for spatial manipulation of natural resources while ensuring effective Water resources Manipulation. Although the modelling of
Course Description This course is designed to review the fundamentals and practices of water resources engineering. Students explore water resources engineering processes in the theoretical and applied area in the fields of closed conduit (pipe) flow, open channel flow, surface