Aug 16, 2022
Ecohydrology is a cross-disciplinary science that integrates components of the hydrologic cycle and the distribution, structure, and function of ecosystems. The Ecohydrology specialization prepares students for water-oriented careers in hydrology, watershed science, geographic information system (GIS) and remote sensing for watershed management, water quality assessment, aquatic ecology, and management and restoration of ecohydrologic systems. Students learn about the role of water in controlling ecosystem processes, particularly focusing on natural resource management challenges at the watershed scale. The curriculum will prepare students for the federal requirements as a hydrologist (OPM 1315 Series: https://www.opm.gov.
Student Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to:
- demonstrate critical thinking skills by assessing a problem, gathering and analyzing relevant information associated with that problem, and proposing possible solutions.
- demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills.
- demonstrate technical competency within their respective discipline.
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Incoming students, freshmen and sophomores should contact:
CABNR Advising Center, in FA 236
Juniors and seniors should contact their faculty advisor directly:
Erica Bigio (A-L) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie Stoughton (M-Z) - email@example.com
Transfer to the University of Nevada, Reno
Use the transfer agreement and the degree planner (available by clicking at the top right of this page) to build your plan for graduation with your advisor. Course substitutions not identified on the transfer agreement require UNR advisor approval.
If a major-to-major transfer agreement is not available for your transfer institution, please check the General Core agreement if available. If neither is available, access Transferology to assist in your planning.
- Total Units | 120
- Cumulative GPA | 2.0
- University GPA | 2.0
- Major GPA | 2.0
- Residency Requirement | 30 Upper-Division Units at UNR
- Major Residency Requirement | 15 Upper-Division Units in the major at UNR
- Upper-Division Requirement | 40 Upper-Division Units
- Half Program Units/4 Year Institution | 60 Units
I. Core General Education Requirements (27-36 units)
NOTE: Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter of this catalog for information regarding the “Core English and Math Completion Policy .”
Students in this major must meet all Core Objectives (CO1 through CO14). Courses satisfying Core Objectives are designated (e.g., CO9) in General Catalog curricula and course descriptions.
A. Composition & Communication; Critical Analysis & Use of Information (3-6 units) - CO1, CO3
B. Quantitative Reasoning (4-10 units) - CO2
C. Physical & Natural Phenomena (8 units) - CO4, CO4L
D. Cultures, Societies, & Individuals (3 units) - CO6
Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO6 courses .
E. Artistic Composition, Interpretation, & Expression (3 units) - CO7
Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO7 courses .
F. History & Culture; Constitution (6 units) - CO5, CO8
Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter in this catalog
II. Additional Core Requirements (0 units)
Students must take courses that satisfy the following Core Objectives. Some or all of these Core Objectives may be satisfied in the Major Requirements (Section IV). Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter in this catalog.
A. Science, Technology & Society - CO9
B. Diversity & Equity - CO10
E. Capstone Integration & Synthesis - CO13
III. Additional College Requirements (0 units)
IV. Major Requirements (74-77 units)
A. Environmental Science Core (36-37 units)
B. Ecohydrology Specialization (29-31 units)
i. General Requirements (11 units)
ii. Ecology Requirements (9-11 units)
Complete three of the following courses:
iii. Hydrology Requirements (9 units)
C. Technical Electives (9 units)
Select 9 units from the following. Courses used to satisfy other Core or major requirements may not be reused here:
V. Minor Requirements (0 units)
VI. Electives (7-19 units)
VII. Recommended Schedule
Spring Semester (17 units)
Spring Semester (16 units)
Fall Semester (15-16 units)
Spring Semester (12 units)
Spring Semester (12-13 units)