The University of New Mexico Water Resource Program website provides information regarding the Master of Water Resources degree program and contains links to water resources and associated disciplines.
The Water Resources Program (WRP) offers the Master of Water Resources (MWR) degree, an interdisciplinary professional degree designed to prepare students for careers in water resources. The program's physical location in the Southwestern USA means that there is a focus on dry-region region water issues; however, the MWR degree is designed to provide its students a firm grounding in water resources that is applicable to any region
The mission of the MWR degree is to expand and deepen students' knowledge of their primary disciplines and, at the same time, provide them with an integrated perspective on water in nature and society, improve their capacity to think carefully and comprehensively, and develop their technical and communications skills.
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