Prospective Graduate Students

Irrigation Engineering and Management

Graduate Research Assistantships

Opening for a PhD assistantship -- click here for more information. (This position has now been filled.)

If you have your own source of funding for graduate school and are interested in pursuing an M.S. or Ph.D. in irrigation engineering and management, please email your resume to derek.heeren@unl.edu.

Degrees Offered

Coursework for a Focus in Irrigation

Examples of Related Coursework

  • AGEN 860 Instrumentation and Controls
  • AGEN 896 Site-Specific Crop Management
  • AGEN 954 Hydrologic Modeling of Small Watersheds
  • AGEN 957 Modeling Vadose Zone Hydrology
  • AGRO 807 Plant-Water Relations
  • AGRO 831 Spatial Variability in Soils
  • AGRO 855 Soil Chemistry and Mineralogy
  • AGRO 896 Applied Soil Physics
  • BSEN 855 Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Engineering
  • BSEN 879 Hydroclimatology
  • CIVE 819 Flow Systems Design
  • CIVE 853 GIS in Water Resources
  • CIVE 854 Hydraulic Engineering
  • CIVE 858 Groundwater Engineering
  • CIVE 875 Water Quality Strategy
  • CIVE 881 Computational Problem Solving
  • CIVE 916 Environmental Law and Water Resource Management Seminar
  • CIVE 954 Advanced Hydraulics
  • CSCE 879 Introduction to Deep Learning
  • GEOL 988 Introduction to Groundwater Modeling
  • NRES 808 Microclimate: The Biological Environment
  • NRES 818 Introduction to Remote Sensing
  • NRES 898 GIS and Remote Sensing in Natural Resources and Environment
  • STAT 831 Spatial Statistics

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