The program consists of five courses and 12 units of credit. All students must take
the survey course (WTRM 401) first, before enrolling in any other courses. If taken
sequentially, a student can complete the program in 17 months. All students must complete
all five courses within three years.
All courses are offered on weekday evenings on campus. They begin at 6:00 p.m. and
last until 8:50 p.m. and run between 8 and 15 weeks. Please note: WTRM 401 has two required Saturday morning field trips to local water facilities.
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.
No. Right now this is an intermediate level program that helps participants gain
further knowledge in water management and leadership. If you are seeking state exam
preparation, courses are offered through Palomar College and Cuyamaca College.