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GLIN==> Open for enrollment: MSU Online Professional Certificate for Watershed Management Program



Summer 2006: MSU Online Professional Certificate for Watershed Management is now open for enrollment

 

All Virtual Watershed Management courses are delivered entirely via the Internet. We communicate primarily through email, Web talk, and weekly homework exercises.

 

Summer classes start May 15 and end August 18

 

Watershed management necessitates an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving, with law, policy, community development and resource economics issues contributing as much to solutions as engineering, biology, hydrology and chemistry. An effective watershed manager must understand the science behind water resources management and have skills in public relations, policy-making, and program evaluation.

 

Michigan State University has a unique opportunity to meet this education/information and ongoing service role required in the watershed planning area. Expertise in natural resources, land, aquatic systems and community development, and the land use policy and law perspectives exists among several departments.

 

Please visit the MSU-Institute of Water Research web-site for more detail of courses at http://www.iwr.msu.edu/vu/watershed.html

 

For enrollment options please visit: http://www.iwr.msu.edu/vu/how_do_i_enroll.htm#Watershed

 

Or contact:

Jon Bartholic, Director

The Institute of Water Research

Michigan State University

www.iwr.msu.edu

bartholi@msu.edu

(517) 393-9785

 

Posted by Saichon Seedang

The Institute of Water Research, MSU

seedang@msu.edu