£24,708 per programme
The water resources concentration emphasizes scientific principles of water quantity and quality. Courses provide information and problem-solving skills using biological, chemical, and physical descriptions of water in the environment. MSES students choosing the Water Resources concentration are required to take three course (9 credit hours) from the Water Resource core (at least one course in both the Physical and Chemical Aspects of Water and in the Ecological Aspects of Water area) and three course (9 credit hours) from Water Resources Electives.
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