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Study Applied Hydrology, Hydrogeology, and Groundwater Resources at the University of Idaho!
The University of Idaho Hydrology Program is a relatively small, active program with three full-time Hydrology Faculty members and a large supporting water faculty within the university. Our Hydrology Faculty members have diverse research interests and experience in a broad range of research areas including in groundwater interaction with streams and lakes, water resources and hydrologic science.
Geological Sciences Hydrology Faculty
Our faculty work in close cooperation with other water related and engineering, interdisciplinary degree programs such as Environmental Science and Water Resources. Recent research areas include geologic carbon sequestration, enhanced geothermal systems, water flow along fault zones, water rights, hydrogeophysics, groundwater modeling, reservoir characterization, and groundwater resource evaluation.
- M.S. in Hydrology (Hydrogeology)
- Ph.D in Geology (Hydrogeology)
- B.S. in Geology with Hydrogeology Option
Idaho Water Trivia
A Proud Tradition of Excellence!
Established in 1965, the University of Idaho Hydrology Program has a rich history in applied hydrology & hydrogeology research and graduate education.
A Great Place to Learn!
UI's M.S. Hydrology Program is all about individual hands-on, applied research and training to help solve real-world problems in groundwater resources and the environment in preparation for national and international job markets.
Our graduates are employed throughout the United States and internationally.