Water Management and Hydrological Science (PhD)
This degree is designed to give students a comprehensive knowledge of water science and hydrology and provide training in methods of research. Each student must have a chair before acceptance into the program. Students will work with their chair and the advisory committee to develop a course of study satisfying the curriculum. Students who have not taken graduate courses in statistics and research methods will be required to take one research methods course and two statistics courses from the designated list.
64 total hours required for degree, if student enters with a master's degree
Students applying for the Ph.D. degree program must have identified a graduate committee chair from the Water Faculty who has agreed to serve in that capacity before they can be admitted to the Water Program. The students’ advisory committee for the doctoral degree will consist of no fewer than four members, three of which must be members of the Graduate Water Faculty. At least one or more of the members must be from a department other than the student’s chair but all four may be on the water faculty.