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

In addition the program offers certificate, 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

  • Provide the natural resource and irrigation industries with highly trained, fully employable, skilled technicians.
  • Develop relationships and/or partnerships with existing natural resource and irrigation organizations and agencies to provide continuing education opportunities for industry practitioners.
  • Provide industry work experience during the educational process, giving students exposure to the actual application of natural resource protection and recovery methods and irrigation principles and practices.
  • Provide campus labs, classrooms, equipment and general facilities utilizing cutting edge technologies and practices.
  • Provide highly trained instructors who have significant field experiences as successful practitioners in this industry.

Degree Options

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