CENG 5330 Water Resources Planning and Management

Course covers principles of analysis, decision-making, and problem solving required in managing water resources under pressure from development, pollution, and climate change. It focuses on local and global problems, integrated water resources management, the water industry, water law, water security, natural systems protection, water use efficiency, and management tools. Co-listed with CENG 4330. The graduate student will complete an additional project.


CENG 3361 or equivalent or department chair approval.


Online sections of this course will have a fee of $14.00 per credit hour.