We offer a range of flexible professional education courses and programs designed to meet a particular capability need, match a thematic area of expertise, or suit a sector. Our courses and programs are co-delivered by a wide range of highly regarded academics, researchers and experienced industry practitioners using problem-based, applied approaches. Single courses can be taken for academic credit and some recognised through the award of a digitally badged micro-credential. A mix of Masters and Graduate Certificate degrees are available.

Master of Integrated Water Management

The Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM) program aims to build integrated water management professionals who are able to collaborate, create and deliver innovative approaches to complex water management challenges across disciplinary boundaries.

Master of Catchment Science

The Master of Catchment Science (MCS) blends together the development of knowledge and skills in physical and remote monitoring and measurement of catchment processes with data science, computing, modelling and a range of natural sciences including hydrology, soils and geomorphology, water quality and ecology to enable graduates to become more effective at planning and delivering catchment and waterway protection and restoration projects and programs.  In addition to the Master of Catchment Science the IWC also offers a focussed professional Graduate Certificate in Catchment Hydrology to provide training in hydrological characterisation, assessment and modelling.

Read our student and alumni stores

Students flow to integrated approach to water management

MCS student finds that all unsealed roads lead to the Great Barrier Reef – and a job!

Social License to Operate in the Water Sector

Catchment Science Student Targets Cat’s Claw and Rubber Vine

New generation of water professionals benefit from Master of Catchment Science program

Small Creek Restoration Program achieves big outcomes for the environment, but misses some community benefits

A conversation with Sarah Watkins: managing Melbourne’s urban growth

A conversation with K M Ulil Amor Bin Zaman: preserving the world

A conversation with Pablo Andres: fighting for Chile’s water

A conversation with Rosie Sanderson: working to protect our water resources

IWC alumnus leads $1 billion national priority project in Afghanistan

A conversation with Morgan McPherson: from between the hills of Adelaide

A conversation with Kevin Chun Tek Lim: from Malaysia to Germany

A conversation with Andrea Salus: from the banks of Lake Michigan

Pursuing the link between people and water

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