Our Watershed Certificate provides rigorous coursework and experiences to produce graduates capable of working as professionals in the fields of watershed management or hydrology. Undergraduates interested in pursuing the Watershed Certificate should consult their academic advisor.
The Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management’s Watershed Certificate is open to undergraduate students across all degree programs. Through courses like soil science and wildland watershed management, students develop a solid scientific and ecological foundation in hydrology and watershed management. Graduates of the program have a competitive advantage when pursuing employment with government or consulting agencies or pursuing graduate studies in watershed/hydrology science programs.
|RWFM 301||Wildland Watershed Management||3|
|RWFM 325||Watershed Analysis and Planning||3|
|SCSC 301||Soil Science||4|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|ATMO 201||Weather and Climate|
|BESC 320||Water and the Bioenvironmental Sciences|
|BESC 403||Sampling and Environmental Monitoring|
|ECCB 303||Fire Ecology and Biogeochemistry|
|ECCB 420||Ecological Restoration of Wetland and Riparian Systems|
|GEOG 324||Global Climatic Regions|
|GEOG 370/MARS 370||Coastal Processes|
|GEOG 400||Arid Lands Geomorphology|
|GEOG 434||Hydrology and Environment|
|GEOL 420||Environmental Geology|
|RWFM 414||Ecology of Lakes and Rivers|
|RWFM 428||Wetland Ecosystem Management|
|RWFM 440||Wetland Delineation|
|RWFM 470||Environmental Impact Assessment|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||16|
IMPORTANT: Check each course for required prerequisites.