CSUSM’s Certificate in Water Management and Leadership was designed by local experts and leaders in the water industry. This program is designed to prepare those currently employed as intermediate-level supervisors in the various fields of water supply and treatment for higher-management positions.
This program is not currently accepting applications
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Gain exposure to current issues, policies and practices in integrated water management, leadership, law, finance, regulatory policies and core concepts in the regional water industry
This program was designed to prepare those currently employed as intermediate level supervisors in the various fields of water supply and treatment for higher management positions
Learn from and network with local and regional experts in the water industry
Topics include: water management industry in California, leadership, environmental issues and regulations, finance and professional relations, water technology, and more
Must have one of the following:
Must also have one of the following:
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*Semester fees not included. View complete breakdown of Extended Learning fees.
All quoted tuition rates are based on previous academic years and are subject to change without notice.
View course descriptions and specific program requirements on the Pre-Health Professions Catalog Page
If you are admitted into the Pre Health Certificate program you are expected to complete all scheduled courses. If you are admitted or have applied and believe you have completed equivalent coursework previously and do not wish to repeat specific courses within the program, you may submit the Course Equivalency Review request form.
WTRM 401 (2)
WTRM 411 (2)
WTRM 421 (3)
WTRM 423 (3)
WTRM 425 (2)
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Although the units completed will be for credit and appear on a CSUSM transcript, you are advised to check with your major advisor or institution for eligibility of units for transfer into other programs.