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Graduate Programs in Water Science

Many universities do not have specific hydrology departments which can make it difficult for students interested in water science to know where to start. CUAHSI has compiled a list of graduate programs in water science to use as a starting point. Interested in adding your water program to the list? Fill out this form.

Marquette University

Environmental and Water Resources Engineering

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (MIT/WHOI) Joint Program

Degrees: Master's, Ph.D.

Michigan State University

Institute of Water Research

Water Science Network

Michigan State University

MSU Center for Water Sciences

Degrees: Master's, Ph.D.

Missouri University of Science and Technology

Geological Engineering, Geology and Geophysics programs include remote sensing of freshwater resources, hydrogeophysics, and contaminant hydrogeology and water science and engineering.

Degrees: Master's, Ph.D.

Murray State University

Watershed Studies, M.S.

Degrees: Master's

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

The Hydrology Program, M.S and Ph. D.

Degrees: Master's, Ph.D.

New Mexico State University

Interdisciplinary Degree Program in Water Science & Management (WSM)

Degrees: Master's, Ph.D.

North Carolina State University

Several Departments offer degrees related to Water Science, as well as an interdisciplinary graduate minor:
Biological and Agricultural Engineering www.bae.ncsu.edu/grad/
Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering https://www.ccee.ncsu.edu/
Forestry and Environmental Resources http://cnr.ncsu.edu/fer/grad/
Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences https://meas.sciences.ncsu.edu...
Department of Crop and Soil Sciences https://cals.ncsu.edu/crop-and-soil-sciences/

Degrees: Master's, Ph.D.

Northeastern University

College of Science, Engineering and Technology http://www.civ.neu.edu/

Degrees: Master's, Ph.D.