Water Policy

Degrees & Courses

Campuses throughout the CSU system educate students and prepare them for careers in various industries and fields related to water. WRPI maintains a list of water-related degrees and courses offered by our 23 campuses.

The CSU system is constantly evolving and growing, so this list is reviewed regularly to ensure accuracy. Please contact Kathleen Firstenberg with any questions or updates.

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Bakersfield

Degree Courses
Professional Certificate in Hydrogeology GEOL 475 Hydrogeology
GEOL 525 Applied Hydrogeochemistry
GEOL 555 Contaminant Hydrogeology
GEOL 420 Environmental Geochemistry
GEOL 477 Special Topics in Geology
GEOL 580 Advanced Research Participation
GEOL 625 Subsurface Exploration Methods
GEOL 650 Groundwater Flow Modeling
GEOL 577 Advanced Topics in Geology
BA/BS in Geology  
MS in Geology GEOL 450 GIS for Natural Sciences
GEOL 475 Hydrogeology
GEOL 525 Applied Hydrogeochemistry
GEOL 555 Contaminant Hydrology
GEOL 650 Groundwater Flow Modeling
BS in Engineering Sciences with Biosystems and Agricultural Emphasis ENGR 320 Fluid Mechanics
ENGR 340 Soil and Water Resource Management
ENGR 341 Engineering Principles of Agricultural Machines
ENGR 441 Environmental Engineering
BS in Environmental Resource Management ERM 310 Hazardous Materials Management
ERM 413 Environmental Compliance
ERM 496 Internship in Environmental Resource Management
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Channel Islands

Degree Courses
BS in Environmental Science and Resource Management ESRM 100 Introduction to Environmental Science and Resource Management
ESRM 200 Principles of Resource Management, Conservation, and Stewardship
BIOL 312 Marine Biology
ESRM 462 Coastal and Marine Resource Management
ESRM 463 Water Resources Management
ESRM 464 Land Use Planning and Open Space Management
ESRM 481 Topics in Environmental Pollution
BS in Biology BIOL 311 Plant Biology
BIOL 312 Marine Biology
BIOL 313 Conservation Biology (Cross-listed as ESRM 313)
BIOL 345 Science and Public Policy (Cross-listed as POLS 345)
BIOL 433 Ecology and the Environment
CHEM 301 Environmental Chemistry - Atmosphere and Climate
CHEM 302 Environmental Chemistry - Soil and Water
GEOL 321 Environmental Geology
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Chico

Degree Courses
BS in Environmental Science, Option in Hydrology GEOS 380 Hydrology
GEOS 382 Hydrologic Field Methods I
GEOS 383 Hydrologic Field Method II
GEOS 415 Hydrogeology
GEOS 460 Water Resources Management
GEOS 516 Natural Water Systems
GEOS 410 Introduction to Watershed Hydrology
BS in Agriculture PSSC 458 Irrigation Systems
PSSC 456 Water Quality, Saline Soils
BS in Biological Sciences BIOL 404 Aquatic Ecology
BIOL 669 Topics in Limnology
BS in Civil Engineering CIVL 562 Engineering Hydrology
CIVL 567 Applied Hydraulics
CIVL 571 Natural Systems for Wastewater Treatment
CIVL 573 Water Quality Engineering
CIVL 661 Advanced Open Channel Hydraulics Design
BA in Geography GEOG 426 Water Resources Policy and Planning
MA in Geography, Option in Environmental Policy and Planning GEOG 660 Landscape Ecology
ECON 466 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
GEOG 427 Environmental Impact Analysis
GEOG 426 Water Resource Policy and Planning
GEOG 429 Environmental and Conservation Planning
MS in Geosciences, Option in Hydrology/Hydrogeology GEOS 600 Geosciences Seminar I
GEOS 601 Geosciences Seminar II
GEOS 621 Advanced Topics in Hydrology
GEOS 640 Hydrochemistry
GEOL 420 Environmental Geochemistry
GEOL 475 Hydrogeology
GEOL 525 Applied Hydrogeochemistry
GEOL 555 Contaminant Hydrogeology
GEOL 650 Groundwater Flow Modeling
BS in Agricultural Business AGET 360 Irrigation
AGRI 331 Agricultural Ecology
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Dominguez Hills

Degree Courses
BS in Earth Science EAR 370 The World Ocean
GEO 412 Rivers and Stream
GEO 416 Earth's Climates
GEO 420 Natural Resources
EAR 476 Groundwater
MS in Environmental Science BIO 416 Landscape Ecology
EAR 410 Environmental Geology
EAR 476 Groundwater
GEO 412 Rivers and Streams
GEO 415 Geographic Information Systems
GEO 416 Earth's Climates
GEO 420 Natural Resources
BS in Biology, Ecology and Environmental Option
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East Bay

Degree Courses
BA/BS in Geology GEOL 4320 Hydrogeology
BA/BS in Geography GEOG 4350 Water Resources and Management
GEOG 4355 Watershed Management
GEOG 2100 Physical Geography
GEOG 3000 Sustainable Resource Management
GEOG 3115 Physical Landscape Analysis
GEOG 3120 Climatic Change
GEOG 3410 Air-Photo Interpretation
ENVT/GEOG 3480 - Applied Field Studies
GEOG 4330 Sustainable Development
GEOG 4350 Water Resources and Management
GEOG 4355 Watershed Management
GEOG 4425 Remote Sensing of Earth Environments
GEOG 4600 Introduction to Geographical Information Systems
GEOG 4605 Environmental Applications of GIS
ENVT 3400 Environmental Resource Analysis
ENVT 4100 Environmental Impact Analysis
ENVT 4910 Internship in Environmental Studies
GEOL 2100 Physical Geology
ENSC/GEOL 2210 Environmental Geology
GEOL 3110 Principles of Geomorphology
ENSC/GEOL 3500 Environmental Hydrology
GEOL 4320 Hydrogeology
CHEM 4601 Environmental Chemistry
CHEM 4602 Environmental Chemistry II
BIOL 3032 Diversity of Organisms in Selected Habitats
BIOL 3216 Freshwater Environments
BIOL 3405 Microbiology
BIOL 3410 Epidimiology
BIOL 4340 Environmental Microbiology
BIOL 4435/6435 Water Quality & Human Health
POSC 4171 Public Policy and the Environment
POSC 3460 Environmental Law
GEOG 6100 Seminar in Physical Geography
GEOG 6660 Seminar in Human Impacts on the Natural Environment
GEOG 6780 Seminar in Environmental Planning
GEOG 6800 Seminar in Urban and Regional Planning and Development
GEOG 6820 Seminar in Sustainable Cities
BA in Environmental Studies GEOG 4350 Water Resources and Management
GEOG 4355 Watershed Management
GEOG 2100 Physical Geography
GEOG 3000 Sustainable Resource Management
GEOG 3115 Physical Landscape Analysis
GEOG 3120 Climatic Change
GEOG 3410 Air-Photo Interpretation
ENVT/GEOG 3480 Applied Field Studies
GEOG 4330 Sustainable Development
GEOG 4425 Remote Sensing of Earth Environments
GEOG 4600 Introduction to Geographical Information Systems
GEOG 4605 Environmental Applications of GIS
ENVT 3400 Environmental Resource Analysis
ENVT 4100 Environmental Impact Analysis
ENVT 4910 Internship in Environmental Studies
GEOL 2100 Physical Geology
ENSC/GEOL 2210 Environmental Geology
GEOL 3110 Principles of Geomorphology
ENSC/GEOL 3500 Environmental Hydrology
GEOL 4320 Hydrogeology
CHEM 4601 Environmental Chemistry
CHEM 4602 Environmental Chemistry II
BIOL 3032 Diversity of Organisms in Selected Hab
BIOL 3216 Freshwater Environments
BIOL 3405 Microbiology
BIOL 3410 Epidimiology
BIOL 4340 Environmental Microbiology
BIOL 4435/6435 Water Quality & Human Health
POSC 4171 Public Policy and the Environment
POSC 3460 Environmental Law
GEOG 6100 Seminar in Physical Geography
GEOG 6660 Seminar in Human Impacts on the Natural Environment
GEOG 6780 Seminar in Environmental Planning
GEOG 6800 Seminar in Urban and Regional Planning and Development
GEOG 6820 Seminar in Sustainable Cities
BS in Environmental Science ENSC 2800 Environmental Problems of California
ENSC/GEOL 3500 Environmental Hydrology
GEOL 4320 Hydrogeology
ENVT 4100 Environmental Impact Analysis
GEOG 3000 Resource Management
ENVT/GEOG 4350 Water Resources and Management
BIOL 3216 Freshwater Environments
MS in Geology GEO 6320 Groundwater
GEO 6300 Quaternary Geology
GEO 6411 Engineering Geology
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Fresno

Degree Courses
BS in Geology EES 201 Seminar in Geology
EES 202 Geology Lab and Teaching Techniques
EES 210 Analysis of Faults and Earthquake
EES 217T Topics in Hydrogeology & Environmental Geology
EES 220 Groundwater Hydrology
EES 230 Contaminant Transport
EES 231 Basin Analysis Seminar
BS in Environmental Science  
BS in Civil Engineering CE 140 Hydrology
CE 141 Water Resources Engineering
CE 142 Environmental Engineering
CE 144 Design of Water Quality Control Processes
CE 146 Urban Stormwater Management
GEOL 280 Water Resources and Society
ES_P 200 California Environmental Issues
ES_P 400 Environmental Science and Policy Capstone
GEOG 440 Land and Water Resources
GEOG 443 Watershed Processes and Management
GEOG 640 Seminar in Physical & Environmental Geography
MS in Civil Engineering - Water Resources and Environmental Engineering CE 240 Engineering Hydrology
CE 246A Advanced Water Quality
CE 247 Solid Wastes Engineering
CE 206 Engineering Environmental Impact
BS in Plant Science, Crop Production Management Option PLANT134 Micrometeorology
PLANT251 Soil-Plant-Water Relations
SW2 Agricultural Water
SW104 Soil and Water Management
SW111 Irrigation Systems
BS in Plant Science, Plant Health Option PLANT134 Micrometeorology
PLANT251 Soil-Plant-Water Relations
SW2 Agricultural Water
SW104 Soil and Water Management
SW111 Irrigation Systems
MS in Plant Science PLANT134 Micrometeorology
PLANT251 Soil-Plant-Water Relations
SW2 Agricultural Water
SW104 Soil and Water Management
SW111 Irrigation Systems
MS in Water Resource Management EES108 Soil and Water Sciences
EES113 Stream Habitat Restoration
EES117 Hydrogeology
EES167 Oceans and Atmosphere and Climate
EES168 California's Earth System
EES217T Topics in Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology
EES217T Interdisciplinary Hydrogeology: The social, political, and scientific theories of water.
EES220 Groundwater Hydrology
EES230 Contaminant Transport
EES263 Water Resource Management Internship
EES264 Climatology
EES265 Hyrdological System
EES266 Natural and Agricultural Uses of Water
EES267 Urban and Industrialized Water Use
EES268 Water and Politics
EES269 Environmental Policy for Water Management
EES270 Water Economics
EES298 Water Resource Management Project
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Fullerton

Degree Courses
BA in Earth Science GEOL 140 Earth’s Atmosphere and Oceans
GEOL 333 General Oceanography
GEOL 335 Hydrology and Surface Processes
BS in Geological Sciences GEOL 140 Earth’s Atmosphere and Oceans
GEOL 335 Hydrology and Surface Processes
GEOL 436 Hydrogeology
MS in Geology GEOL 535 Hydrogeochemistry
GEOL 535 Groundwater Modeling
GEOL 535 Environmental Sampling Procedures and Protocols
GEOL 535 Well Hydraulics and Aquifer Testing
GEOL 535 Contaminant Hydrogeochemistry
MS in Environmental Studies ENST 500 Environmental Issues and Approaches
ENST 510 Environmental Evaluation and Protection
ENST 520 Environmental Research and Analysis
MS in Environmental Engineering EGCE 571 Hydraulics and Hydrology for Environmental Engineers
EGCE 572 Water Supply, Treatment, and System Design
EGCE 481 Remediation of Contaminated Soil and Groundwater
EGCE 482 Wastewater Treatment and Water Reclamation
EGCE 546 Surface Water Pollution and Control
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Humboldt

Degree Courses
MS in Watershed Management WSHD 310 Hydrology & Watershed Management
WSHD 333 Wildland Water Quality
WSHD 434 Watershed Hydrology
WSHD 430 Water Rights & Water
WSHD 480 Selected Topics in Watershed Management
WSHD 520 Watershed Analysis
WSHD 540 Modeling Watershed in GIS
BS in Environmental Resources Engineering in Water Quality ENGR 451 Water and Waste Water Treatment
ENGR 455 Constructed Wetlands for Water Quality Management
BS inEnvironmental Resources Engineering in Water Resources ENGR 441 Advanced Hydrology
ENGR 443 Groundwater Systems Planning and Management
ENGR 445 Water Resources Planning and Management
ENGR 448 River Hydraulics
BS in Fisheries Biology, Freshwater Option FISH 320 Limnology
FISH 485 Ecology of Running Waters
FISH 443 Water Pollution Biology
MS in Natural Resources, Wastewater Utilization Option FISH 320 Limnology
FISH 320L Limnology Laboratory (separate course)
FISH 443 Problems in Water Pollution Biology
FISH 525 Wastewater Ecosystems Analysis and Reuse
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Long Beach

Degree Courses
BA/BS in Environmental Science and Policy GEOG 280 Water Resources and Society
GEOG 400 Environmental Science and Policy
GEOG 440 Land and Water Environments
GEOG 443 Watersheds: Processes and Managements
ES_P 200 California Environmental Issues (Water)
ES_P 400 Environmental Science and Policy Capstone (Los Cerritos Wetlands)
BS in Civil Engineering CE 364 Environmental Engineering I
CE 365 Environmental Engineering Lab
CE 435 Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering
CE 437 Engineering Hydraulics
CE 438 Hydraulic Engineering Design
MS in Civil Engineering CE 531 Groundwater and Seepage
CE 534 Advanced Hydrology
CE 536 Urban Surface Water Management
CE 538 Hydraulic Engineering Design II
CE 562 Water and Wastewater Treatment Design I
CE 630 Mathematical Modeling in Hydraulic Engineering
BS in Earth Science GEOL 474 Physical Hydrology
GEOL 477 Hydrogeology
GEOL 465 Physical and Chemical Oceanography
GEOL 466 Oceanography Lab and Ocean Studies
MS in Geology GEOL 510 Biogeochemical Cycles
GEOL 554 Environmental Geochemistry
GEOL 571 Contaminant Hydrogeology
GEOL 574/474 Physical Hydrology
GEOL 577/477 Hydrogeology
GEOL 579 Applied Groundwater Modeling
GEOL 586 Engineering Geophysics
BA in Geography GEOG 130 Geography of Weather and Climate
GEOG 340 Environmental Geography
MA in Geography GEOG 575 Geographical Applications in Remote Sensing
GEOG 587A Applications of GIS: Environment and Natural Resources
GEOG 587B Applications of Geographic Information Science: Urban and Economic
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Los Angeles

Degree Courses
MS in Environmental Hydrology GEOL 484 Hydrogeology
GEOL 487 Watershed Analysis
CE 479 Groundwater Contamination and Remediation
GEOL 485 Groundwater Management and Models
GEOL 561 Vadose Zone Hydrogeology
GEOL 562 Contaminant Hydrogeology
GEOL 563 Water Quality Seminar
MS in Environmental Engineering Science GEOL 485 Groundwater Management and Models
GEOL 561 Vadose Zone Hydrogeology
GEOL 562 Contaminant Hydrogeology
GEOL 563 Water Quality Seminar
BS in Civil Engineering, Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering CE 384 Introduction to Environmental Engineering
CE 386 Design of Water Resources Systems
CE 387 Hydraulics I
CE 484 Sewerage and Sewage Treatment
CE 485 Water Supply
CE 486 Groundwater Contamination and Remediation
MS in Civil Engineering CE 580 Environmental Transport
CE 581 Modeling Techniques in Hydraulic Engineering
CE 582 Statistical Hydrology
CE 583 Hydrology II
CE 586 Open Channel Hydraulics
CE 587 Hydraulics II
CE 588 Hydraulic Structures
CE 589 Coastal Engineering
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Maritime Academy

Degree Courses
BS in Marine Engineering Technology  
BA in Global Studies and Maritime Affairs  
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Monterey Bay

Degree Courses
BS Environmental Science Technology and Policy, Watershed Systems Concentration GEOL 460/L River Hydrology Assessment and Management
ENVS 442 Vernal Pools of Fort Ord
GEOL 360/L Gemorphic Systems
ENVS 387 Water Resources Law and Policy
BIO 448 Aquatic Ecology
ENVS 369S Community-Based Watershed Restoration (service learning)
BA in Environmental Studies  
MS in Applied Marine and Watershed Science ESSP 532 Advanced & Spatial Analysis
ESSP 560 Watershed Systems
ESSP 660 Advanced Watershed Science & Policy
BS in Marine Science ENVS 272 The Atmosphere
ENVS 284 Environmental Economics and Management
GEOL 260 Geology and Hydrology
ENVS 3695 Community-Based Watershed Restoration Service Learning
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Northridge

Degree Courses
BS in Geology EOH 457 Water Supply and Sewage Disposal
GEOL 575/L Hydrogeology and Lab
GEOL101/102Geology of Planet Earth and Lab
BS in Biology BIOL529/L/592I Marine Ecology
BIOL421/L/492B Marine Biology
BIOL 422/L Physiological Ecology and Lab
BIOL423/492F Field Ecology
BIOL 424/L/492G Ecological Modeling
BIOL427/L/492H Principles of Ecology and Lab
GEOL 322/L Introductory Oceanography and Lab
BS in Civil Engineering ME 390 Fluid Mechanics
CE 426/L Soil Mechanics and Laboratory
CE 460/L Hydrology and Laboratory
BS/MS in Environmental and Occupational Health  
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Pomona

Degree Courses
BS in Agricultural Science PLT 232 Irrigation and Water Management
PLT 240/240L Turfgrass Management
PLT 251 Sprinkler Irrigation
PLT 340/340L Drip Irrigation
PLT 434/434L - Golf Course Management
BS in Environmental Biology URP 487 Environmental Factors in Regional Planning
BIO 442/442L Marine Ecology
PLT 334/334L Soil Resource Management and Conservation
PLT 437/437L Environmental Sustainable Agriculture
BIO 420 Water Pollution Biology
CE 351/351L Environmental Engineering/Laboratory
BS in Geology GSC 360/360L Hydrogeology
GSC 350 Natural Disasters
GSC 120 Introduction to Oceanography
GSC 110 Water in a Changing World
GSC 335 Exploring the Oceans: Oceanography
CE 351/351L Environmental Engineering/Laboratory
EC 439 Water Resource Management
URP 482 California Water
MS in Geology GSC 545/545L Advanced Hydrogeology
BS in Plant Science PLT 232 Irrigation and Water Management
PLT 411 Environmental Toxicology
BS in Urban and Regional Planning  
Master of Urban and Regional Planning  
MS in Civil Engineering, Environmental & Water Resources Emphasis CE 431/431L Water Treatment Engineering/Laboratory
CE 432/432L Wastewater Treatment Engineering/Laboratory
CE 451 Engineering Hydrology
CE 456/456L Groundwater Mechanics, Solute Transport, Contamination and Remediation/Laboratory
CE 550 Environmental and Water Resources Seminar
CE 554 Applied Hydrology
CE 561 Advanced Water Treatment
CE 562 Advanced Wastewater Treatment
CE 567 Global Climate and Water Supply
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Sacramento

Degree Courses
MS in Geology GEOL 220 Surficial Processes
GEOL 212 Geologic Remote Imaging
GEOL 227 Advanced Hydrogeology
GEOL 218 Applied Geophysics
GEOL 240G Engineering Geology
GEOL 202 Aqueous Geochemistry
GEOL 204 Contaminant Hydrogeology
GEOL 208 Groundwater Modeling
BS in Civil Engineering CE 138 Hydrology
CE 139 Hydraulic Flow Design
CE 137 Water Resources Engineering
CE 135 Hydraulics Laboratory
CE 170 Principles of Environmental Engineering
CE 172 Design of Urban Water and Sewer Systems
CE 173 Design of Water Quality Control Processes
CE 181 Geoenvironmental Engineering
CE 196B Stormwater Management
MS in Civil Engineering, Environmental/Water Quality Emphasis CE 250 Systems Analysis of Resources Development
CE 252A Environmental Quality Processes I (water chem)
CE 252B Environmental Quality Processes II (bio treat)
CE 252C Environmental Quality Processes III (phys/chem treat)
CE 254 Water Quality Management
CE 255 Transport of Chemicals in Soil Systems
MS in Civil Engineering, Water Resources Emphasis CE 250 Systems Analysis of Resources Development
CE 251 Water Resources Planning
CE 271 Modern Hydrologic Techniques
CE 272 Advanced Engineering Hydraulics
CE 274 Hydrologic Modeling
CE 276 Groundwater Hydrology
Water Treatment Plant Operation Specialist Certificate CE 28A Water Treatment Plant Operation I
CE 28B Water Treatment Plant Operation II
CE 29 Small Water System Operation and Maintenance
Wastewater Treatment Plant Operation Specialist Certificate CE 38A Operation of Wastewater Treatment Plants
CE 38B Operation of Wastewater Treatment Plants
CE 39 Advanced Waste Treatment
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San Bernardino

Degree Courses
BS in Environmental Geology GEOG 470 Hydrology and Water Resources
GEOL 375 Groundwater Hydrology
GEOL 376 Field Methods in Hydrology
GEOL 430 Engineering Geology
MS in Earth and Environmental Science GEOL 510 Scientific Issues in Surface and Groundwater Management
GEOL 610 Environmental Geosciences
GEOG 470 Hydrology and Water Resources
GEOG 306 Remote Sensing of Environment
GEOG 350 Conservation and Natural Resources
GEOL 375 Groundwater Hydrology
GEOL 376 Field Methods in Hydrology
BA in Environmental Studies GEOG 306 Remote Sensing of the Environment
GEOG 350 Conservation and Natural Resources
GEOG 360 Weather and Climate
GEOG 470 Hydrology and Water Resources
BS in Environmental Health Science HSCI 380 Toxicology
HSCI 478 Environmental Health Management
HSCI 401 Advanced Environmental Health
HSCI 354 Solid Waste Management
HSCI 358 Water Quality and Pollution Control
HSCI 558 Management of Water Quality
Master of Public Administration PA 620 Regulatory Structure, Policies, and Process in Water Law
PA 621 Water Resources Agency Management
PA 622 Politics and Public Relations in Water Resources Management
MA in Interdisciplinary Studies  
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Certificate EOG 202 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems and Mapping
GEOG 308 Advanced Geographic Information Systems
GEOG 306 Remote Sensing of Environment
Urban Planning Certificate GEOG 415 Urban Planning and Land Development
GEOG 350 Conservation and Natural Resources
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San Diego

Degree Courses
MS in Civil Engineering, concentration in Water Resources Engineering ENVE 555 Water and Wastewater Engineering
CIVE 632 Computational Hydraulics and Hydrology
CIVE 633 Environmental Hydrology
CIVE 634 Surface Water Hydrology
CIVE 635 Water Quality Engineer
CIVE 636 Water Quality Processes
CIVE 642 Groundwater Seepage and Earth Dams
GEO 653 Groundwater Aquifer Testing
GEO 675 Groundwater Geochemistry
BS in Environmental Engineering CIVE 444 Hydraulics
ENVE 555 Water & Wastewater Engineering
BS in Environmental Sciences, emphasis in Watershed Science GEOG 483 Watershed Analysis
GEOG 511 Hydrology and Global Environmental Change
ENV S 544 Terrestrial Ecosystems and Climate Change
MS in Geography, Emphasis in Watershed Science GEOG 511 Hydrology and Global Environmental Change
GEOG 574 Water Resources
BS in Geological Sciences, emphasis in Hydrogeology GEOL 551 Hydrogeology
MS in Geological Sciences, specialization in Hydrogeology GEOL 551 Hydrogeology
GEOL 651 Numerical Modeling of Groundwater Flow
GEOL 675 Groundwater Geochemistry
GEOL 676 Solute Transport in Groundwater
GEOL 677 Environmental Fate of Organic Contaminants
BS in Biology, emphasis in Marine Biology or Ecology BIOL 305 Scientific Scuba Diving
BIOL 306 Scientific Scuba Diving for Certified Divers
BIOL 324 Life in the Sea
BIOL 461 Underwater Research Methods and Techniques
BIOL 512 Evolution and Ecology of Marine Mammals
BIOL 514 Biology of the Algae
BIOL 515 Marine Invertebrate Biology
BIOL 516A Marine Larval Ecology Research Part 1
BIOL 516B Marine Larval Ecology Research Part 2
BIOL 517 Marine Ecology
BIOL 541 Ecology of Fishes and Fisheries Biology
BIOL 596 Biology of Fishes
BIOL 598 International Exp: Sustainability of Coastal Ecosystems
BIOL 604 Seminar in Aquatic Ecology
BIOL 677 Seminar in Marine Conservation Biology
BS in Ecology
MS in Ecology
PhD in Ecology
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San Francisco

Degree Courses
BS in Environmental Studies, Concentration in Earth System Science GEOL 476 Groundwater Contamination
GEOL 450 Geomorphology
BIOL 534 Wetlands Ecology
GEOG 647 Geography of Water Resources
GEOG 642 Watershed Assessment and Restoration
GEOL 475 Hydrogeology
BS in Environmental Studies, Concentration in Natural Resource Management and Conservation  
BA in Geography  
MA in Geography, Concentration in Resource Management and Environmental Planning GEOG 751 Environmental Management
GEOG 647 Geography of Water Resources
GEOL 475 Hydrogeology
GEOG 711 Remote Sensing of the Environment II
GEOG 721 GIS for Environmental Analysis
GEOG 642 Watershed Assessment and Restoration
MS in Geographic Information Science GEOG 751 Environmental Management
GEOG 858 Seminar in Environmental and Land Use Planning
GEOG 711 Remote Sensing of the Environment II
GEOG 721 GIS for Environmental Analysis
GEOG 629 Coastal and Marine Applications of GIS
GEOG 642 Watershed Assessment and Restoration
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San José

Degree Courses
BS in Civil Engineering CE 150 Introduction to Hydrology and Hydraulics
ME 111 Fluid Mechanics
MS in Water Resources Engineering CE 152 Engineering Hydrology
CE 154 Hydraulic Design
CE 250 Water Resources Engineering
CE 251 Open Channel Hydraulics
CE 252 Advanced Hydrology
CE 253 Advanced Hydraulics
CE 254 Water Resources Systems Management
CE 255 Sediment Transport
CE 256 Sustainable Water Resources Engineering
CE 258 GIS Applications in Water Resources Engineering
BS in Biology, Concentration in Marine Biology BIOL 156 Ecological Sampling Design and Analysis
BIOL 160 Ecology
MS 103 Marine Ecology
MS 144 Biological Oceanography
GEOL 137 Introduction to GPS/GIS for Geologic Applications
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San Luis Obispo

Degree Courses
BS in Agricultural Systems Management BRAE 340 Irrigation Water Management
BRAE 236 Principles of Irrigation
BRAE 331 Irrigation Theory
BRAE 337 Landscape Irrigation
BRAE 435 Drainage
BRAE 438 Drip/Micro Irrigation
BRAE 439 Vineyard Water Management
BRAE 440 Agricultural Irrigation Systems
BRAE 532 Water Wells and Pumps
NR 408 Water Resource Law and Policy
BS in BioResource & Agricultural Engineering, Concentration in Water Engineering BRAE 236 Irrigation Principles
BRAE 312 Hydraulics
BRAE 331 Irrigation Theory
BRAE 337 Landscape Irrigation
BRAE 340 Irrigation Water Management
BRAE 405 Chemigation
BRAE 435 Drainage
BRAE 438 Drip Irrigation
BRAE 439 Vineyard Water Management
BRAE 440 Agricultural Irrigation Systems
BRAE 414 Irrigation System Design
MS in Civil & Environmental Engineering ENVE 411 Air Pollution Control
ENVE 421 Mass Transfer Operations
ENVE 434 Water Quality Measurements
ENVE 436 Introduction to Hazardous Waste Management
ENVE 437 Industrial and Hazardous Waste Treatment Technologies
ENVE 438 Water and Wastewater Treatment Design
ENVE 439 Solid Waste Management
ENVE 443 Bioenvironmental Engineering I
ENVE 465 Environmental Management and Urban Systems
ENVE 534 Advanced Design of Pollution Control Systems
ENVE 535 Advanced Wastewater Treatment
ENVE 536 Biological Wastewater Treatment Processes Engineering
ENVE 541 Resource and Energy Recovery
BS in Civil and Environmental Engineering CE 201 Mechanics of Materials
CE 336 Water Resources Engineering
CE 337 Hydraulics Laboratory
CE 381 Geotechnical Engineering
CE 434 Groundwater Hydraulics and Hydrology
ENVE 111 Intro to Environmental Engineering Profession
ENVE 304 Process Thermodynamics
ENVE 331 Intro to Environmental Engineering
ENVE 416 Environmental Process Modeling
ENVE 421 Mass Transfer Operation
ENVE 434 Water Quality Measurements
ENVE 438 Water and Wastewater Treatment Design
ENVE 443 Bioenvironmental Engineering
ENVE 450 Industrial Pollution Prevention
ENVE 455 Environmental Health and Safety
ENVE 535 Advanced Wastewater Treatment
ENVE 536 Biological Wastewater Treatment Processes Engineering
ENVE 537 Decentralized Wastewater Management
ENVE 551 Environmental Unit Operations
ENVE 552 Environmental Problems of the Semiconductor Industry
BS in Environmental Earth Science, Concentration in Land and Water Resources ERSC 202 Soil Erosion and Water Conservation
CRP/NR 408 Water Resource Law and Policy
NR 306 Natural Resource Ecology and Habitat Management
NR320 Watershed Management and Restoration
BS in Environmental Soil Science SS 423 Soil and Water Chemistry
SS 508 Environmental Assessment for Erosion Control
BS in Agriculture minor in Water Science BRAE 340 Irrigation Water Management
SS 121 Introductory Soil Science
FNR 408 Water Resource Law and Policy
AGB 315 Land Economics
FNR 320 Watershed Mgt and Restoration
FNR 420 Natural Resources Policy Analysis
SS 433 Land Use Planning
FNR 306 Natural Res Ecology/Habitat Mgt
FNR 320 Watershed Management
FNR 420 Advanced Watershed Hydrology
SS 440 Forest and Range Soils
MS in Agriculture, Specialization in Irrigation BRAE 405 Chemigation
BRAE 414 Irrigation Engineering
BRAE 435 Drainage
BRAE 437 Conservation Engineering
BRAE 440 Agricultural Irrigation
BRAE 438 Drip/Micro Irrigation
BRAE 439 Vineyard Irrigation
BRAE 532 Water Wells and Pumps
BRAE 533 Irrigation Project Design
MS in Water Engineering BRAE 533 Irrigation Project Design
CE 573 Public Works Administration
BRAE 532 Water Wells and Pumps
CE 434 Groundwater Hydraulics and Hydrology
CE 440 Hydraulic Systems Engineering
ENVE 438 Water and Wastewater Treatment Des
ENVE 535 Advanced Wastewater Treatment
MS in Agriculture, Specialization in Soil Science SS423 Soil and Water Chemistry
SS 508 Environmental Assessment for Erosion Control
Water Leadership & Management Program California Water: Development and Delivery
Water Resource Law and Policy
Global Water Future
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San Marcos

Degree Courses
Survey of Water Management in Southern California - Extended Learning  
BA in Environmental Studies  
BS in Biology, Concentration in Ecology BIOL 354 Principles of Ecology
BIOL 387/387L Ecol. Proc. in Aquatic Systems
BIOL 389 Freshwater Biology
BIOL 533 GIS Applications in Landscape Ecology
BIOL 536 Biogeochemical Cycles and Global Change
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Sonoma

Degree Courses
BA/BS in Environmental Studies and Planning, Concentration in Water Resources Management ENSP 450 Water Technology
ENSP 451 Water Regulation
GEOL 323 Hydrology
ENSP 401 Environmental Policy
ENSP 416 Environmental Planning
GEOG 340 Conservation of Natural Resources
GEOG 372 Climate Change
GEOG 380 Remote Sensing
GEOG 387 Introduction to GIS
GEOG 483 Environmental GIS
GEOG 487 Advanced GIS
BA/BS in Biology BIOL 308 Environmental Toxicology
BIOL 312 Biological Oceanography
BIOL 331 Aquatic Botany
BIOL 333 Ecology
BIOL 335 Marine Ecology
BIOL 338 Environmental Microbiology and Biotechnology
MS in Biology  
BA in Geography, Concentration in The Biophysical Environment GEOG 201 (204) Global Environmental Systems
GEOG 340 Conservation of Natural Resources
GEOG 352 Climate Change and Society
GEOG 380 Environmental Remote Sensing
GEOG 387 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
GEOG 370 Weather and Climate
GEOG 383 Environmental GIS
GEOL 323 Hydrology
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Stanislaus

Degree Courses
BS in Agriculture, Concentration in Sustainable Agriculture GEOG 3100 Climatology
BIOL 4650/4652 Aquatic Biology
BIOL 4680/4682 Ecology
BS in Agriculture, Concentration in Agricultural Biology BIOL 4200 Ecological Agriculture
BIOL 4680/4682 Ecology
BA in Liberal Studies, concentration in Earth Sciences GEOL 3600 Physical Oceanography
GEOL 3810 Hydrogeology
GEOL 4810 Development and Management of Water Resources
BS Biology, General, and concentrations in Organismal Biology, Molecular and Microbial Biology, Ecology BIOL 4630 Marine Ecology
BIOL 4650 Aquatic Biology
BIOL 4680 Ecology
BOTY 4600 Plant Ecology
BIOL 4650 Freshwater Ecology
BIOL 4300 Conservation Biology
BIOL 4700 Ecology and Invasive Species
GEOL 3050 Environmental Geology
GEOL 3600 Physical Oceanography
BS in Geology GEOL 3810 Hydrogeology
GEOL 3050 Environmental Geology
GEOL 3600 Physical Oceanography
GEOL 4810 Development of Management of Water Resources
GEOG 4750 Geographic Information Systems
MS in Ecology and Sustainability BIOL 4200 Ecological Agriculture
BIOL 4630 Marine Ecology
BIOL 4650 Freshwater Ecology
BIOL 4700 Ecology and Invasive Species
ECON 4560 Natural Resources and Environmental Economics
MS in Marine Science MS 104 Quantitative Marine Science
MS 105 Marine Science Diving
MS 141 Geological Oceanography
MS 142 Physical Oceanography
MS 143 Chemical Oceanography
MS144 Biological Oceanography
MS 204 Sampling and Experimental Design
MS 261 Mixing, Estuarine and Sediment Transport
MS 272 Subtidal Ecology
MS 281 Coastal Dynamics
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