Water Resource Management

Water resource management requires allocation, organisation and distribution of water resources for optimum utilisation.

Course starts on 1st Sept 2023
  • 1 Month
  • English
  • Certified Course


Water resource management requires allocation, organisation and distribution of water resources for optimum utilisation. For effective water resource management, all the water regulations and policies need to be followed. Evidently, in the current era, water management is faced with many challenges, such as climate change or the negative impacts of human activity. Hence, the requisite knowledge of water resource management is a need of the hour. After completing this certified course, the aspirant will be able to identify and resolve the problems for effective water resource management. This course will teach you how to conduct a thorough analysis of different techniques of water resource management for completing a related project or job responsibility.

Job Titles

  • Water Resources Manager
  • Senior Water Resources Specialist
  • Hydrology Engineer
  • Water Conservation Specialist
  • Watershed Management Coordinator
  • Water Quality Analyst
  • Irrigation Systems Engineer
  • Stormwater Management Engineer
  • Water Policy Advisor
  • Aquatic Ecologist

These titles reflect a range of roles within the water resource management field, including water quality, hydrology, conservation, planning, and policy. The specific job titles used can vary based on the organization, focus area, and responsibilities of the role.


A career in water resource management offers a great interest, astounding opportunities for peer recognition, large challenges, and huge personal satisfaction to young professionals. The demand for a water resource manager will exponentially increase because the negative impacts of population growth and global climatic change create a concern for global leaders. Also, this professional discipline will witness a further demand due to the global requirement of fresh-water supply. Depending on the requirement, jobs related to water resource management require assessment, development, utilization, and protection of water resources.


The importance of finding waysto optimizewaterresourcesisincreasing day by day, be it in domestic or international territory. Indeed,thejobtoimproveand manage the availability and quality of water resources is highly rewarding. Water resources planning and management professionals contribute heavily to making a better world. Hence, becoming one such professional demands complete knowledge of the following curriculum.

  • Hydrologic Processes and Modeling
  • Optimization Techniques in Water Resources
  • Groundwater and Stochastic Hydrology
  • Advanced Hydraulics
  • Advanced Hydraulics
  • Simulation Laboratory-l & ll
  • Soft Computing Techniques in Water Resources
  • Environmental Dynamics and Management
  • Economic Aspects of Water Resources Development
  • Groundwater Flow and Pollution Modeling
  • Surface Water Quality Modeling and Control
  • Hydroelectric Engineering
  • Urban Water Infrastructure
  • Eco-hydraulics and Hydrology
  • Advanced Hydrologic Land Surface Processes
  • Mechanics of Sediment Transport
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Hydrologic Applications of Remote Sensing

Success Stories


Shrawan Choudhary

After completing the Water Resources Engineering Certification, Shrawan wasted no time in applying her newfound expertise. He joined a local environmental nonprofit organization focused on water conservation. His ability to assess water quality, devise sustainable management plans, and engage with the community set him apart as a rising star in the organization.

  • Skill Level Basic
  • Language English
  • Certificate Yes
  • Quizzes 10