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The Concentration in Water Resources Law covers the complex set of federal and state laws addressing the use and conservation of water resources.
The concentration requires a minimum of 14 credits of coursework and experience or writing in the area of water and environmental law. Students are required to earn a GPA of 3.0 or better in all concentration courses in order to earn the concentration.
REQUIRED COURSES - 6 CREDITS
ENV5245 - Water Resources Law (3)
ENV5246 - Water Quality (3)
WATER ELECTIVES - 4 CREDITS
ENV5250 - Watershed Management & Protection (3)
ENV5349 - Regulating the Marine Environment (2)
ENV5405 - Ecosystem Conservation Strategies (2)
ENV5423 - Ocean and Coastal Law (3)
ENV5472 - Law of Ecosystem Management (2)
ENV5561 - Environmental Enforcement and Compliance (2)