Watershed Sciences Minor

Watershed science and management is an expanding field that involves managing the availability, quantity, and quality of water.  Many major metropolitan areas and smaller cities rely on forested watersheds to purify the necessary drinking water for their populations.  Many highly trained and dedicated professionals, knowledgable in hydrology, climates, and water sciences, are needed in coming years to be certain this necessary commodity is provided to the United States and the world's growing populations. 

15 hours required for minor.
Core Electives (9 hours required) 1
Watershed Management
Wetland Ecology and Management
Soil Resources and Conservation
GEOG 5550Geography of Water Resources3
Note: Classes not used to meet Core Elective requirements may be used for Concentration Elective credit
Concentration Electives (minimum of 6 hours within or across concentrations)
Agronomy and Soils
Basic Soil Science
Soils & Environmental Quality
Biological Sciences
Coastal Zone Management
Landscape Architecture
Construction III: Hydrologies
Fisheries and Allied Aquaculture
Water Science
Small Impoundment Management
Limnology
Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
Watershed Services
Landscape Ecology
Geology and Geography
Introduction to Geochemistry
Hydrogeology
GEOG 5720Panama Study Abroad-Climate Change and Environment3
Physical Geography
Climatology
Geomorphology
Note: Courses required for student major may not be used to satisfy concentration electives. This includes Restricted Elective Courses for the SFWS Natural Resource Management students.