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Interdisciplinary PhD in Hydrologic Sciences|WRESE

Water Resources / Environmental Science & Engineering (WRESE) PHD Program

Interdisciplinary PhD in Hydrologic Sciences

The Water Resources/Environmental Science and Engineering (WRESE) program facilitates Ph.D.-level course offerings in water-related disciplines, and coordinates offerings of these courses. Furthermore, the WRESE program serves as a focal-point for water-related graduate research and education at the University of Wyoming.

This interdisciplinary degree program encourages cross-department and inter-college coordination for research and education in hydrology and water resources.

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