|DHS Graduate Student Programs|
DHS faculty offer courses and graduate assistantships at the University of Nevada on both the Reno and Las Vegas campuses.
Graduate Program of Hydrologic Sciences
DHS faculty are actively involved in the Graduate Program of Hydrologic Sciences (GPHS) at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR). The GPHS has always been a true collaboration between UNR and DRI and is one of the largest such programs in North America The program is consistently ranked among the top 10 in the United States by U.S. News and World Report. The goals of the program are to provide fundamental and advanced training to students with undergraduate backgrounds in science and engineering, in the critical fields of surface and subsurface hydrology.
Water Resources Management Graduate Program
DHS faculty are involved in the Water Resources Management Graduate Program at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. The WRM program is a flexible, interdisciplinary course of study leading to a Master of Science degree. It is a technically and scientifically based program that blends the physical aspects of the hydrologic sciences with policy and management issues. The WRM program is recommended for those with undergraduate degrees in physical, biological, natural sciences and engineering, social sciences, management, environmental studies, or related disciplines.
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