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Water Conflict Management Graduate Certificate - Online

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  • Entry requirements
    Students and professionals interested in the program should have completed a bachelor's degree and must be enrolled in a graduate degree program or be accepted into the Graduate Certificate Program in Water Conflict Management and Transformation.
  • Course description
    The online Water Conflict Management Graduate Certificate provides in-depth skills-building training to enhance personal and institutional capacity in water governance issues and strategies across distinct and overlapping contexts:
    • Water governance
    • Water and ecosystems
    • Water and society
    • Water and economics
    Students will receive graduate-level university credits and a certificate upon successful completion of this online program. With approval, these online courses may be transferred and used in association with other graduate degree programs at Oregon State University.

    18 total credits required

    Capstone Coursework (3 credits required)

        * WRP 521 - Water Governance and Conflict Management (3)

    Capstone Practicum / Internship (3 credits required)

        * WRP 509 - Practicum (3)
        * WRP 510 - Internship (3)

    Water Governance (3 credits required)

        * GEO 524 - International Water Resources Management (3)
        * GEO 525 - Water Resources Management in the U.S. (3)
        * PS 575 - Environmental Politics and Policy (4)

    Water and Society (3 credits required)

        * PS 577 - International Environmental Politics and Policy (4)
        * SOC 581 - Society and Natural Resources (4)
        * SOC 580 - Society and Natural Resources (4)

    Water and Ecosystems (3 credits required)

        * FW 579 - Wetlands and Riparian Ecology (3)

    Water and Economics (3 credits required)

        * AREC 534 - Environmental and Resource Economics (3)

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