University Of Arkansas

Fayetteville, Arkansas

Graduate studies and research in water resources at the University of Arkansas are available in a variety of disciplines. Courses from Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Biological Sciences, and Sociology lead to an interdisciplinary degree in Environmental Engineering. The departments of Biological and Agricultural Engineering; Biological Sciences; and Crop, Soil, and Environmental Science offer M.S. and Ph.D. degrees that may emphasis water resource issues. Departments offering an M.S. with emphasis on water resources include Agricultural Economics and Agri Business; and Geosciences. An interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in Environmental Dynamics may focus on water resource issues. Graduate course work and research in the Mechanical Engineering Department's M.S.M.E. and Ph.D. programs address water resource issues like ground water flow and thermal effects. Although usually administered by a single department, individually created interdisciplinary advanced degrees in water resources management/research are possible. Research and graduate assistantships are available.

For more information visit the University of Arkansas Graduate School webpage.