New Mexico State University offers several programs of graduate study in the general field of water resources. Advanced degrees are awarded to students with major interests in hydraulics, hydrology, sanitary engineering, agricultural engineering, geological engineering and water quality evaluation. Other areas of specialization include irrigation engineering, water resources economics, environmental pollution, water and energy management, desert ecosystems, limnology, plant genetic engineering, geography, soil-water relationships and plant breeding.
Water Sciences and Management is an interdisciplinary doctoral master graduate program working closely with five departments to offer students a diverse experience in the following fields of study: Agricultural Water Resources; Water Economics & Policy; Water Informatics, Water Quality & Treatment; Watersheds, and Aquatic & Riparian Wetlands.
For further information, visit the New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute; Doctoral Program on Water Sciences and Management; Master's Program in Water Science and Management; or any of the following spsonsoring academic departments: Plant and Environmental Sciences; Civil Engineering; Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Business; Animal and Range Sciences; and Geography.