The Water Resources option will train students to look at water - its occurrence, circulation, and distribution on the planet, as well as its physical, chemical, and biological characteristics. Water resources issues span many scales, from local drinking water to large-scale watershed management for water supply, flood and erosion control, protection of aquatic systems for wildlife and other intended uses. Both surface water and groundwater issues are covered in the program which is a unique combination of geology, soils, chemistry and biology. A wide range of job choices are available from all levels of government and private consulting firms.
4-Year Advising Guide
This guide describes the courses offered in the program and the semesters they are offered. The guide will help students plan each semester of study.
Degree Progress Form
The Degree Progress Form helps students keep a record of courses completed.
Department of WSES
Tarleton State University
Stephenville, Texas 76402