About the Watershed Management & Ecohydrology Emphasis

This degree emphasis prepares you for jobs in which you’ll manage land, environmental, and water resources. You may work as a watershed manager or hydrologist for federal or state agencies, municipal water districts, private consulting firms, and conservation organizations.

Request information about the natural resources major with a watershed management and ecology emphasis. 

Watershed Management & Ecohydrology Courses

You’ll work with your adviser to create a course plan that includes required core and elective courses. Watershed management and ecology course options include:

  • Dryland Ecohydrology and Vegetation Dynamics
  • Watershed Hydrology
  • Wildland Water Quality
  • Intro to Wildland Fire
  • Stream Ecology
  • Environmental Law and Economics
  • Economics of Water Management and Policy
  • Ecological Surveys and Sampling

Courses required to complete a bachelor of natural resources with a watershed management and ecohydrology emphasis at the University of Arizona are subject to change, so remember to meet with your adviser regularly to review your course plan.

Checklist and 4-year plan for students with Tier General Education Requirements Fall 2021 and before

Checklist and 4-year plan for students with General Education Requirements Spring 2022 and after


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