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B.S. Major Requirements:

 
UNITS
Preparatory Subject Matter
71
Biological Sciences 2A, 2B 10
Chemistry 2A, 2B, 2C 15
Physics 9A, 9B, 9C 15
Mathematics 21A, 21B, 21C, 21D, 22A, 22B 22
Geology 50, 50L 5
Engineering 6 or the equivalent 4
Depth Subject Matter
46-55
Hydrologic Science 103N or Engineering 103 or equivalent 4
Civil and Environmental Engineering 114 or Statistics 130A and 130B 4-6
Hydrologic Science 134, 141, 142, 144, 151 21
Soil Science 107 5
Select one of Hydrologic Science 150, Agricultural and Resource Economics 147, Environmental Science and Policy 161, 166N 3-4
Select three of Hydrologic Science 110, 124, 143, 146; Civil and Environmental Engineering 141; Applied Biological Systems Technology 165 9-13
Restricted Electives
16-26
To supplement or expand areas of student interest selected with approval of adviser
Total Units for the Major
129-148

Major Adviser. Helen Dahlke (Land, Air and Water Resources)

Advising Center. 1150 PES Building Staff Adviser Lacole Brooks lbrooks@ucdavis.edu

Minor Program Requirements:

Hydrology  
The Hydrology Section of the Department of Land, Air and Water Resources offers the minor in Hydrology for environmental or natural science students who have an interest in water/environmental issues. The interested student should have completed preparatory course work in calculus (Mathematics 16B), chemistry (Chemistry 2A; Chemistry 2B recommended), physics (Physics 7A), and biology (Biological Sciences 2A). Course work in the minor provides fundamental skills and knowledge of the hydrologic sciences. The program is sufficiently flexible for students to pursue particular water issues or problems of interest to them.
 
UNITS
Hydrology
20-23
Hydrologic Science 103N or Engineering 103 4
Hydrologic Science 141 or Environmental Science and Management 100 4
Hydrologic Science 144 4
Soil Science 107 5
Hydrologic Science 134, Chemistry 100, Soil Science 111, or Environmental Science and Policy 151 3-6
Watershed Science  
The Hydrology Program of the Department of Land, Air and Water Resources offers the minor in Watershed Science. This minor is intended for environmental, natural, or social science students who have an interest in the interfaces between hydrology, ecology, policy and management. The interested student should have completed preparatory course work in calculus (Mathematics 16B), chemistry (Chemistry 2A; Chemistry 2B recommended), physics (Physics 7A), and biology (Biological Sciences 2A). Course work in the minor provides fundamental skills and knowledge on science and management of watersheds in the context of current water resources and ecological problems.

Minor Program Requirements:

 
UNITS
Watershed Science
21-26
Hydrologic Science 141 or Environmental Science and Management 100 4
Soil Science 100 or 118 4-5
Hydrologic Science 144 or Soil Science 107 4-5
Hydrologic Science 124, or Hydrologic Science 151 4
Hydrologic Science 143, Environmental Science and Management 144, or Environmental Science and Policy 151 3-4
Hydrologic Science 150, Environmental Science and Management 121, or Environmental Science and Policy 161 3-4
Minor Adviser. Graham Fogg 530-752-6810; gefogg@ucdavis.edu.
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Updated: March 22, 2017 10:38 AM