• Description:

    The Water Resources Master Program (WRMP) is an interdisciplinary graduate program which offers a Master of Science degree in water-related areas. The program accepts full time and part time students. Students need to complete 30 CHs for graduation including 9 CHs for thesis work. The WRMP covers various aspects related to water resources including (but not limited to) Integrated Water Resources Management and Sustainability, Groundwater Hydrology, Surface Water Hydrology, Subsurface Contaminant Hydrology, Water Quality, Risk Assessment, Environmental Engineering and Protection, Environmental Impact Assessment, Water Science and Technology, Hydrological and Hydrogeological Modeling, Water and Wastewater Treatment, Water Desalination, Hydraulic and Coastal Systems, Water Recycling, Water Infrastructure, Water Resources Planning and Assessment using GIS and Remote Sensing, and Water Economics and Policy.


    • Bachelor's degree in Geology, Hydrology, Water Resources or equivalent 
    • CV 
    • Letters of recommendations 













  • Fields

    • Geography

    • Geosciences

  • Qualifications

    • Bachelor

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