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.

Don’t see your program on this list? CUAHSI posts graduate programs free of charge, and your university does not need to be a member to be included. To add your program, please complete this form.

Questions? Email Deanna McCay at dmccay@cuahsi.org.

Boise State University

The Hydrologic Science MS program attracts students with backgrounds in the applied and natural sciences, mathematics, biology, and engineering.

Clemson University

Hydrogeology (M.S.)

Environmental Engineering & Science (M.S., M.Eng., Ph.D.)

Biosystems Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.)

The Department Civil Engineering (M.S., M.Eng., Ph.D.)

Environmental Toxicology Program (M.S., Ph.D.)

Columbia University

Columbia offers a variety of programs expressly designed for M.S., M.P.A. and M.A. students.

Doctoral students will also find an array of programs related to Water Science.

Drexel University

Water Resources Engineering, Environmental Modeling, Environmental Treatment Processes and Human Risk and Environmental Science