Hydrology and Water Resources - Certificate
The University of Arizona
Department of Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences
The Graduate Certificate in Hydrology and Water Resources provides specialized education for those seeking professional work in hydrologic design, planning, and operation of water resources systems. The program serves three primary student groups:
- Current graduate students not currently majoring in hydrology and water resources
- Working professionals, post-baccalaureate degree
- Non-degree trainees, post-baccalaureate degree
The curriculum explores a variety of hydrology and water resources topics and provides an introduction to fundamental principles of hydrology and water resources that are relevant to professional practice in this field through introduction of basic fluid mechanics, hydraulic engineering, and water resources systems. The curriculum also emphasizes experimental and research techniques that are applicable to hydrology and water resources.
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