£37,217 per year
The WRM program provides a core understanding of the natural science shaping the water cycle as well as the social contexts and processes that drive changes in water availability and use. WRM is one of seven available concentrations in the two-year residential Master of Environmental Management (MEM) program. Because water is local, every place has a unique set of water management challenges. Our foremost goal is to equip students with the fundamental concepts and analytical tools needed to approach any water problem. Students enjoy a small class size and a low student-faculty ratio as they build this core foundation and develop additional skills and topic-specific expertise relevant to their interests and career goals.
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