Texas A&M University

College Station, Texas

The University offers a unique interdisciplinary graduate degree program in Water Management and Hydrologic Science.  Three separate degree options are available for students.

Master of Water Management (non-thesis)

This degree is intended to provide professional graduate education emphasizing problem solving and technical skills for students who will manage public water systems and water resources.

Master of Science (thesis)

A degree designed for students with technical backgrounds to complement their primary discipline by obtaining scientific, technical, or managerial expertise in water.

Doctoral Degree (dissertation)

The degree is designed to give students a comprehensive knowledge of water science and hydrology and provide training in methods of research. Each student must have a chair before acceptance into the program.

For more information see http://waterprogram.tamu.edu.

In addition to the water degree program, graduate programs emphasizing various aspects of water resources development, management, and use are offered in the following academic departments of the University:

  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Soil and Crop Sciences
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering (includes the Environmental, Water Resources, and Ocean Engineering Divisions)
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Geology and Geophysics
  • Oceanography
  • Atmospheric Sciences
  • Horticulture
  • Ecosystem Science and Management
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Recreation, Parks and Tourism Sciences
  • Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences
  • Rural Sociology
  • Political Science