Gain insights, tools, and knowledge about urban watershed management.
Watershed management is critical to a healthy, sustainable ecosystem. The online certificate program in urban watershed management at University of Maryland Global Campus addresses basic watershed processes, foundational ecosystems concepts, and the tools and knowledge needed to manage urban watersheds effectively. In this program, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills needed for monitoring water quality and identifying and controlling sources of water pollution. You’ll learn the physical, chemical, and biological impacts of human activity on the urban watershed and technology-based assessment methods (such as GIS). You’ll also gain insights into approaches to protect and restore healthy functions of watersheds. This program covers laws, regulations, and policies that promote the health and quality of streams and ways to ensure compliance with water quality standards and criteria. Activities emphasize how to effectively manage urban watersheds to reduce the impact of land development, industrial processes, and everyday human activities.
Total Credits Required: 18
(3 Credits, ENMT 301)
(3 Credits, ENMT 307)
Apply Credit to a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Management