Master of Science - Water Resources Management
The Water Resources Management (WRM) program is a flexible, interdisciplinary course of study leading to a Master of Science degree. Students work with their advisory committee to design a course of study that allows them to better understand water-related issues within the context of their personal interests, and their existing skill set.
Students may take classes and conduct research with faculty in the Colleges of: Sciences, Business, Urban Affairs, Engineering, and Liberal Arts at UNLV, plus the Boyd School of Law and the Desert Research Institute.
For information regarding accreditation at UNLV, please head over to Academic Program Accreditations.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the scientific research method.
- Demonstrate the ability to pose a scientific research question, including posing the question in the form of a hypothesis.
- Demonstrate the ability to conduct a scientific literature search, tailored to the specific project.
- Demonstrate the ability to execute problem-specific skills at an appropriate level.
- Demonstrate the ability to design and execute a scientific research plan, without excessive guidance.
- Demonstrate the ability to present the results of scientific research in both oral and written formats.
If there are no Plans of Study listed under this program, they may be listed under one of its sub-plans.