Texas Tech University offers M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in the general area of water resources through the Department of Civil and Enivronmental Engineering. Specialized graduate programs in the C. E. Department include: Environmental Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, and a five-year program in Environmental Engineering (EnVE) in which students enter as freshmen and graduate with a master’s degree at the end of the fifth year. Additionally, an interdisciplinary master of science program in Environmental Technology Management (ETM) is administered by the Department. An interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in water resources, particularly suited to a student's need, is offered by the College of Engineering. Departments offering other specific or related water resources courses include: Biological Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Geosciences, Landscape Architecture, Plant and Soil Science, Mechanical Engineering, and Natural Resources Management. Research is conducted in all facets of water resources with student involvement being of prime importance. Research assistantships are available to highly qualified students.
Additional information may be found on the Department’s website at www.ce.ttu.edu.