The Watershed Science Master’s degree program emphasizes the advisor/student relationship.  There is no core curriculum; rather, the advisor and student develop a program of study that best meets the requirements of the research to be undertaken and the needs of the student. Most students may take courses that enable them to meet the government's certification for Hydrologist. Additionally, students participate in seminars, field courses, and practical internships to further develop their skills.
Program requirements are:
  • 30 credits that meet graduate school requirements.
  • Thesis

  • Selected courses approved by advisor and committee -- Prefixes that can be used to meet course requirements: ANTH, AREC, ATS, BZ, CHEM, CIS, CIVE, ECOL, ECON, ENVE, ESS, FW, F, GR, GEOL, GRAD, HORT, MATH, NR, NRRT, RS, SOC, SOCR, STAA, STAT, WR.