Water Resources Management Minor
Students in biology, environmental conservation studies, forestry, plant biology, wildlife and conservation biology, environmental engineering, environmental and resource economics, community and environmental planning, and related fields should consider a minor in water resources management. There is a strong demand among consulting firms, state and federal agencies, and not-for-profit organizations for persons with knowledge and experience relevant to water resource management. The minor consists of 20 credits (totaling five courses) with grades of C- or better, and no pass/fail courses. No more than 8 credits used to satisfy major requirements may be used for the minor.
|NR 504||Freshwater Resources||4|
|NR 703||Watershed Water Quality Management||4|
|ESCI 705||Principles of Hydrology||4|
|Select 8 additional credits of the following:||8|
|Introduction to Geographic Information Systems|
|Wetland Ecology and Management|
|Wetlands Restoration and Mitigation|
|Geographic Information Systems in Natural Resources|
For additional information, contact the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, (603) 862-1022.