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The Water Management and Hydrological Science (WMHS) graduate degree program is preparing the next generation of water scientists, hydrologists, and managers through teaching and research that improves the reliability and quality of water resources for human well-being and development. WMHS is supervised by an interdisciplinary faculty from multiple departments and colleges with expertise in the bio-physical, geo-chemical, management, public health, social sciences and engineering fields.

The program offers two masters’ degrees (thesis and non-thesis options) and a doctorate. The curriculum is designed to help students become leaders in their focal areas of water, while also making connections with colleagues in other related disciplines.

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Program Overview and Requirements