College of Mines and Earth Sciences College of Engineering College of Social and Behavioral Science

Graduate Certificate in Hydrology and Water Resources

  • Demonstrate broad, quantitative understanding of hydrologic partitioning at multiple spatial and temporal scales, including relationships between mass and energy fluxes and water stores
  • Demonstrate depth and expertise in a particular area of hydrology and water resources
  • Apply rigorous conceptual and technical approaches to address applied and basic research questions and management challenges
  • Communicate clearly and precisely within and across disciplinary boundaries
  • Discuss research and application in hydrology and water resources through seminars and engagement with scholars and professionals
  • Recognize the distinction between operational and research methodologies including data collection, analyses, and modeling