Water Resources Policy and Management Graduate Minor
Graduate Areas of Concentration
Water resources policy and management
A graduate minor in Water Resources Policy and Management for the master of science, master of arts, and doctor of philosophy degree programs is offered with specialization in the human dimensions of water resources policy and management. Seminars, readings, and conferences in water resources policy and management are offered by Water Resources Graduate Program and several affiliated departments.
The graduate minor options are structured around courses designed to broaden the student’s education in water resources policy and management. University departments that offer courses related to water resources policy and management include the departments of Applied Economics; Anthropology; Fisheries and Wildlife; Geosciences; Rangeland Ecology and Management; Statistics; and Zoology; the School of Public Policy; the School of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management; the School of Biological and Population Health Sciences; the College of Business Administration, and the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences.
Minor Code: 0990