Growing awareness of the complexity of water quantity and quality issues related to human activities leads to dealing with those issues on a watershed scale. This minor is for undergraduate students wishing to develop expanded skills in watershed science/engineering, planning and design, and culture and policy issues related to water. These skills are especially useful for careers in natural resource policy, water and land management, sustainable development and design for private industry, and storm water management for government agencies. More information is available at: http://watershed.utk.edu/default.html. As described at the website listed above, the minor should be added to your Banner profile and courses should be submitted for substitution approval as early as possible, but no later than the beginning of your final semester.
The minor consists of 18 hours selected from at least two departments, and including at least one separate course from each group of courses.Note that some courses may have prerequisites.