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Hydraulic Engineering, Stream Restoration & River Mechanics



The courses that students take in this program are selected to match the specific interests and needs of each student. The final choice of courses is made by the student with the approval of the advisor and thesis committee. Core courses required at the masters or doctoral level are listed below. Typically, students take courses in hydraulics, hydrology, water resources planning and management, and geosciences. Students also commonly take courses in areas such as watershed science, stream ecology, fisheries, geographic information systems, statistics, and ecosystem science.

Required Courses

MS requirement:

Ph.D. requirement:

Partial List of Elective Courses