grad-waterresourcesmanagement

Doctoral students who wish to pursue an Option A external minor in Water Resources Management should consult the chair of the Water Resources Management graduate program. 

Courses are chosen in conjunction with the chair, who serves as the minor advisor, and the student’s departmental advisor. A doctoral student may earn a doctoral minor in Water Resources Management by completing 11-12 credits that include the following courses: ENVIR ST/​CIV ENGR/​URB R PL  718, ENVIR ST/​CIV ENGR/​URB R PL  719, and two additional courses (300-level and higher) in one or more of the WRM curriculum breadth categories. Breadth courses should complement the doctoral major and academic background as well as address any gaps in their training within the WRM curriculum breadth categories. Students are expected to achieve a B or better in all courses used for the minor. Minor and major credits/courses cannot overlap or double-count.

Faculty Executive Program committee

Anita Thompson (Program Chair), Francisco Arriaga, Paul Block, Michael Cardiff, Caroline Druschke, Kenneth Genskow, Matthew Ginder-Vogel, Steven Loheide, Sharon Long, Daniel Wright, Anna Gade (Ex Officio)