Advanced Studies of Water
Dive into the world’s water issues in preparation to work across different fields, including water science, social science, policy, law, and engineering. Students participate in the Waters of the West (WoW) program, which leads interdisciplinary research and outreach to help communities analyze and reach solutions to water basin problems.
Master’s degree in water science, environmental science, natural resources or a related field
The Ph.D. in water resources requires completion of 78 credit hours, including 39 credits of research & dissertation. All students will take seven credits of common courses: Water Resources Seminar, Integrated Water Resources Methods, and Integrated Water Resources Projects
Lab fees vary according to the number and type of lab courses required in each Water Resources option.
To find out about deadlines, scholarships and eligibility requirements, please visit the University of Idaho Financial Aid Office.
Water Resources graduate students have access to courses featuring hands-on training in eight colleges across the university, including Natural Resources, Agricultural & Life Sciences, and Science
Water Resources students find internships with public agencies, non-profit organizations, private industry, and research institutions