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The application period for the Spring 2015 is now open. The deadline to apply is October 31, 2014.
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The program is open to both post-bac students who wish to acquire specialized training to meet current or future job requirements, and working professionals from the private and public sectors with an undergraduate degree in any area, who wish to acquire technical expertise. Students who have earned a bachelor's degree with a GPA of 3.0 or higher in the last 60 units are encouraged to apply. Postbac students should supply all transcripts.
This program is conducted completely online, offering convenience and flexibility for those employed full-time but interested in career advancement, as well as students wishing to continue their education at the graduate level. No on-campus class meetings are required. How to Apply.
You may complete the program in five concurrent semesters, taking two classes each semester. You should expect to devote about 10-15 hours per week to classwork.
The degree consists of eight three-unit classes, an internship consisting of 150 hours, and a three-unit final project for a total of 30 graduate level academic units. The next cohort of classes begins in January, 2015 and the application period is now open.
The course fee is $525 per unit, or $1,575 per class. The total for the program is $15,750. Fees are payable upon registration for each class. Financial aid may be available for qualified participants enrolled in 8 or more graduate-level units in a semester. Contact the Financial Aid office at 559.278.2182.
You may contact the program coordinator, Dr. Peter Van de Water, by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org you may call 559.278.2912.
The degree provides an advanced educational study program that explores the principles of water management using GIS and geospatial technologies as tools to investigate real-world situations. Students will graduate with skills designed to capitalize on a marketplace hungry for employees with advanced knowledge and analytical skills in managing water resources.
Students must demonstrate currency in GIS training. Students who have completed Fresno State's GIS Certificate of Advanced Study will have fully satisfied prerequisites for admission to the Water Resource Management (WRM) Degree Program. Additionally, three units from the GIS Certificate (EES 212) will apply toward the WRM degree. Contact Dr. Peter Van de Water for details (email@example.com).
The program is open to individuals with a bachelor's degree in any field from an accredited institution.