Program Learning Objectives
Graduates are prepared to:
- Demonstrate expertise and the use of technology in their respective discipline.
- Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills.
- Make choices based on an understanding of personal and professional ethics and respect for diversity of people and ideas.
- Recognize leadership principles and skills.
- Evaluate and solve problems using critical thinking.
- Demonstrate an appreciation for sustainability and global perspectives.
|ESCI 501||Research Planning||4|
|STAT 511||Statistical Methods||4|
|STAT 513||Applied Experimental Design and Regression Models||4|
|Select from the Following:||2-3|
|Graduate Seminar I|
and Graduate Seminar II
|BRAE 414||Irrigation Engineering||4|
|BRAE 532||Water Wells and Pumps||4|
|BRAE 533||Irrigation Project Design||4|
|CE 533||Advanced Water Resources Engineering||4|
|or CE 535||Water Resources Systems Planning and Analysis|
|BRAE 599||Thesis in BioResource and Agricultural Engineering (2, 2, 5)||9|
|Select from the following: 1||6|
|Agricultural Irrigation Systems|
|Groundwater Hydraulics and Hydrology|
|Hydraulic Systems Engineering|
|Water Resources Systems Planning and Analysis|
or CE 533
|Advanced Water Resources Engineering|
|Computer Applications in Water Resources with Geographic Info Systems (GIS)|
|Introduction to Hazardous Waste Management|
|Water and Wastewater Treatment Design|
|Physico-Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment|
|Sustainable Environmental Engineering|
|Public Finance and Cost-Benefit Analysis|
|Economics of Land and Water|
At least 60% of all units required by the committee as reflected on the formal study plan must be at the 500 level.