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Interdisciplinary MS Program in Water Resources


Prospective Students

Steps to joining the program

The steps to enroll in the program are to:

  1. work with your committee to create a program of study that fulfills your overall degree requirements and those of the Water Resources program;
  2. send the program of study through your degree channels and the Chair of the WARE program; and
  3. fill out a change of status form to add the 2nd major of Water Resources.

Current students: It is not enough to just list the Water Resources option on your Program of Study form. You must also fill out a change of status form to add Water Resources as a 2nd major.

Financial Assistance

The Willard C. and Elaine N. Rhoads Scholarship for Graduate Studies in Water Resources was established to honor Willard Rhoads, a strong proponent for water research at University of Wyoming and a long-time member of the Wyoming Water Development Commission.

More Information

Who can I talk to about the program?

There are many knowledgeable faculty members who work with the program; please view the Department Directory to see a listing of participating departments and faculty members. You are always welcome to contact the Program Chair who will assist with making connections to programs of faculty members at UW.

Applying to the University of Wyoming

You are encouraged to start by identifying potential degree programs and faculty members with whom you would like to work and contact them directly to further investigate your interests. Please visit the UW office of admissions for an overview in the process of applying for graduate studies

Contact Us

WRESE Program Chair, Scott Miller

Dept 3354

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-4274


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