MSc in Conservation Practice, from Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE), via University of Trans-Disciplinary Health Sciences and Technology, Karnataka (TDU) 

MSc in Conservation Practice, curated to create young environmental leaders whose interdisciplinary skills will add value to corporate social responsibility and sustainability offices, development and conservation NGOs and government line departments dealing with environment and development portfolios. This two year Masters program includes a focus area in freshwater quality monitoring and hydrology. Students participate in courses that equip them with the knowledge of surface and groundwater dynamics, addressing both water quantity and quality, learning to understand human influences on the hydrological system and apply tools, such as modeling, for the proper integration of hydrological knowledge and analysis in water resources planning and management.