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The Water Technologies & Management program now offers four new 2+2 degree pathways to Washington State University in Wildlife Ecology & Conservation Science, Environmental & Ecosystem Science, Forestry, and Earth Sciences.

The Water Technologies and Management program offers certificates, Associate in Applied Arts & Sciences degrees (AAAS) and transfer options in Watershed Ecology, Natural Resources Technology and Management, and Irrigation Technology.



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Walla Walla Campus
500 Tausick Way
Walla Walla, WA 99362

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The mission of the Water Technologies and Management program is provide students with a diverse array of courses, exposure to the newest technologies, and hands-on experiences with will both provide industry with highly trained technicians and managers and also prepare students for transfer courses of study.

Program Outcomes

  • An understanding of discipline-specific terminology and methods.
  • An ability to use discipline-specific tools and/or techniques correctly.
  • Critical thinking skills necessary in water and natural resources, including problem solving skills and the use of data.
  • The ability to research, interpret, and communicate concepts.
  • An understanding of the relationships between course concepts and society, including the impact of course-specific technology.

Degree Options

Students will earn a two year degree that matriculates into a Bachelor of Science in Earth and Environmental Sciences degree in b>Environmental & Ecosystem Sciences in the College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resources (CAHNRS) and College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) at Washington State University.