This specialization provides students who have a strong interest in water issues additional preparation for employment in field-related activities or graduate studies. Skills in watershed science are valuable to common first-destination employers such as the Forest Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, Conservancy Districts, Army Corps of Engineers, and many environmental consulting firms. This specialization is not a stand alone major, but is completed in addition to a student's Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree.
Protect our water
Jul 26, 2022
One spring day, a Student Prince decided to go on a summer adventure. “It won’t be long before I have a career,” the Prince said, “so I’d better start
Jun 21, 2022
Heidelberg University and its National Center for Water Quality Research (NCWQR) today announced a new partnership with Circle of Blue, the
Nov 9, 2021
Dr. Doug Kane’s Wetlands class (Watershed Science 305) recently attended the 50th Water Management Association of Ohio annual meeting in Columbus