Because many universities do not have specific hydrology departments, it can be difficult for students interested in water science to know where to start. To help alleviate this problem, CUAHSI has created a list of graduate programs in water science for students to use to discover available options.

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Questions? Email Ainsley Brown at abrown@cuahsi.org.

Graduate Programs at Arizona State University

Arizona State University offers transdisciplinary training in hydrological sciences, engineering, and sustainability through partnerships with several schools. ASU’s graduate degrees integrate a wide range of disciplines to educate water professionals equipped to address the challenges facing our society and the...

Graduate Programs at Auburn University

The vision of Auburn University Water Resources Center is a world where water resources are used, managed, and protected in a more scientifically-informed and sustainable manner, resulting  in resilient ecosystems and thriving communities. 

Graduate Programs at Boise State University

Boise State University supports a number of graduate programs in water science and related fields. We have a thriving MS in Hydrologic Science program that is an interdisciplinary degree administered by the Geoscience Department but housed in the Graduate College.The Hydrologic Science MS program...

Graduate Programs at Brigham Young University

The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at Brigham Young University offers both MS and PhD graduate degrees with the possibility of emphasizing in water resources. The Environmental Modeling Research Lab (EMRL) within the department has a long history of research in simulation and...

Graduate Programs at Brigham Young University

The Department of Plant and Whildlife Sciences offers both MS and PhD graduate degrees with the possibility of emphasizing catchment hydrology, acqueous biogeochemistry, echohydrology, and water resources. Research within this interdisciplinary department investigates linkages between human activity, hydrology, acquatic ecology, terrestrial ecology, and water security....

Graduate Programs at Carnegie Mellon University

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University offers MS and PhD degree programs with specialties in Advanced Infrastructure Systems and Global Sustainable Construction; Environmental Engineering, Science and Management; Green Design; and Mechanics, Materials and Computing.

Graduate Programs at Carnegie Mellon University

The Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) in Nanotechnology-Environmental Effects and Policy at Carnegie Mellon and Howard University is a new interdisciplinary graduate program funded by the National Science Foundation. NEEP-IGERT Trainees pursue an innovative program of study leading to...

Graduate Programs at Clarkson University

Clarkson University's Water Resources Engineering group in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering covers graduate research in river, estuary, and ocean hydrodynamics, oil, gas, and hydrate transport in deep and shallow waters, cold regions hydraulic engineering, stream dynamics and morphology, and...

Graduate Programs at Clarkson University

The Environmental Science and Engineering interdisciplinary program of Clarkson University's Institute for a Sustainable Environment spans natural science and engineering disciplines to provide the knowledge, leadership, and guidance needed to ensure sustainability of our natural world. 

Graduate Programs at Clemson University

The Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences[www.clemson.edu/ces/eees] Hydrogeology (M.S.)— The interdisciplinary program in hydrogeology provides an opportunity to learn the principles and practice of hydrogeology, with particular strengths in monitoring and modeling groundwater...