Ecohydrological Science and Management (can be completed online)
Track Advisor: Jan Boll, Director of Environmental Science & Water Resources Programs, Faculty in Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Students trained in this PSM track will understand the interaction between the hydrological cycle and ecosystems, and be able to work at the interface between terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.
Students in this track will be trained for mid to upper level technical positions, and will be eligible for employment with consulting firms, federal and state agencies like the USDA and EPA, non-profit organizations, and tribal entities whose missions are to manage land and water resources at the landscape to regional scale. Graduate coursework will emphasize the mixed use of watershed landscapes and the coupling between human and natural systems.
: At a minimum, students entering the program in this track are expected to have successfully completed at least one college level introductory course in biology or ecology, physics and statistics, and at least two college level courses in calculus.