Master of Science in Public Health and Disaster Engineering is a two years course of Pokhara University. This program is offered under School of Engineering, Pokhara University.
The program will use a range of pedagogical inputs that include on-campus learning through classroom, discussions, presentations, case study and guest lecture series, and off-campus learning through project work and internship.
“The aim of the Master of Science in Public Health and Disaster Engineering program is to develop knowledge, experience and research, build capacities that will reduce disaster risks and contribute to better and more targeted public health-based relief of following disasters. The Master degree has the following objectives:
The features of the Master of Science in Public Health and Disaster Engineering program (M.Sc. PHDE) are competitive learning environment, field-based concentration, and holistic knowledge. This professional degree program focuses on the technical, socio-environmental and implementation issues associated with designing, building and maintaining projects related to public health, environment and engineering. The M.Sc. PHDE program features both theoretical and practical aspects of specifying, designing, implementing and managing small and large-scale public health, environment and engineering projects.
The candidate, pursuing the admission must have four years Bachelors of Engineering (Civil, Civil & Rural, Agriculture, Hydropower), B. Architecture and equivalent degree from recognized institutions with a score of at least second division or 2.0/4.0 CGPA. Furthermore, the candidates must adhere to the admission test requirements. The final decision on admission is taken on the basis of scores on the admission test and interview.