Gain insights, tools, and knowledge about watershed management.
Watershed management plays a crucial role in protecting water quality and aquatic ecosystems, preventing water pollution, decreasing flood risk, and minimizing other human and environmental health impacts related to polluted runoff. The certificate program in watershed management at University of Maryland Global Campus is designed to help prepare you for careers with local, state, and federal government; industry; consulting; and nongovernmental organizations implementing watershed and stormwater management programs.
You’ll learn about geospatial analyses and the biophysical and social impacts of human activities on watersheds. The program offers you an opportunity to practice collaborative and community-based approaches to reducing stormwater impacts to watersheds. Activities emphasize how to effectively manage watersheds to reduce the impact of land development, industrial processes, and everyday human activities.
Total Credits Required: 18
(3 Credits, ENHS 300)
(3 Credits, ENHS 305)
(3 Credits, ENHS 340)
(3 Credits, ENHS 350)
(3 Credits, ENHS 360)
(3 Credits, ENHS 405)
Apply Credit to a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Health & Safety