Online Degree Details
Master of Science/Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering Sciences - Water Resources Planning and Management
The University of Florida (UF) offers Master of Science and Master of Engineering degrees with specializations in water resources planning and management. The curriculum provides a comprehensive base in the fundamentals of water resources planning and management. The program includes courses on: water resources planning, decision support systems, ecology, water resources infrastructure, economics, water flow, and quantitative methods. An advanced planning practicum serves as the capstone for the program. The complete program is available online. Admission is competitive and subject to the rules of the UF Graduate School.
For additional information on the academic aspects of the program contact Dr. Warren Viessman, Jr. at (352)-392-2312, or firstname.lastname@example.org. All other questions should be directed to Amber Atteberry, listed below.
|Program:||Masters (MS/ME)||Length:||30 credits|
|Delivery:||Web, Proctored Exams||Requirements:||Computer Requirements|
|College:||The College of Engineering|
|Department:||Environmental Engineering Sciences|
|Admissions:||New cohorts start in August. Admissions Information|
|Prerequisites:||Prospective students must hold a 4-year undergraduate degree in engineering from an ABET certified school to qualify for the Master of Engineering program. Students with undergraduate degrees in other majors may qualify for the Master of Science program. Minimum Requirements|
tel: (352) 392-0842
Environmental Engineering Sciences
PO Box 116450
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611-6450
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