Intrigued by how the Earth's hydrosphere works? Passionate about the broader issues related to water, the environment, and sustainability? Curious about how to develop this into a great career?
We can show you how to channel your curiousity and passion into a career in environmental hydrology and water resources!
We offer the Bachelor of Science (BS) degree program with a major in Environmental Hydrology, as well as the combined Bachelor of Science (BS Environmental Hydrology) and Master of Science (MS Hydrology) accelerated BS/MS degree program.
You can learn more about what our graduates do and where they work in the Careers and Opportunities sections.
Research & Professional Experience
Our students complement their academic study with practical and applied experiences through their field/laboratory courses, internships with employers in industry/consulting and government agencies, study abroad, and directed research with campus colleagues and external city, county, state, and federal agencies. Many of these experiences are recorded and summarized in the students' Senior Capstone Projects.
How To Apply
After you meet or talk with us, you can apply at the UA Admissions website: Under the How To Apply tab, click on the First Year link for a brief list of High School requirements and deadlines. Want more details? Read more in the FAQs section for First Year students.
We'd be pleased to give you a tour of the department and introduce you to some of our students. We are located in the John W. Harshbarger Building #11 at 1133 East James E. Rogers Way just west of the Student Union Memorial Center and the Second Street Parking Garage (see the visitor map).
Dr. Martha P.L. Whitaker at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-621-9715