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Civil and Architectural Engineering|College of Engineering and Applied Science

Water Resources Engineering

One of the most critical issues facing us today is the provision of enough water to meet the needs of society. Civil Engineers in the water resources area study a range of topics including water resource management, hydrology, hydraulic systems, irrigation, and groundwater flow. Water resources is a highly interdisciplinary field that uses both traditional methods as well as newer technology including remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to analyze data and perform complex system modeling.

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