Oregon State University - Water Resources Graduate Programs
The Water Resources Graduate Programs at Oregon State University award M.S. and Ph.D. degrees and brings together faculty and students from six colleges and multiple departments. Water resources are central to Oregon's well-being and development, and OSU is the state's flagship university for training water professionals with a rich roster of faculty and courses already in place. Students will draw from a set of existing OSU courses covering engineering approaches, watershed processes, and/or water resources management and policy.
Students enrolled in Water Resources Policy and Management (WRPM) will be broadly trained to undertake careers in managing water resources and in guiding or making water resource policy decisions. Graduates will be trained in public administration, policy theory, and will have practical experience in the professional arena, either through internships conducted as part of the degree program or (in some cases) through previous work experience. Graduates of the WRPM program will be able to conduct thorough policy analyses of water resource-related issues that can help inform policy decisions in the public and private sector.
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