|WTRM 401*||Spring||Survey of California Water Management Fundamentals and Practice||8 weeks 2 Field Trips||2|
|WTRM 411||Summer||Leadership & Team Building for Water Managers||10 weeks||2|
|WTRM 421||Fall||Environmental Issues, Policies, & Regulations for Water Managers||15 weeks||3|
|WTRM 423||Spring||Finance & Professional Relations for Water Managers||15 weeks||3|
|WTRM 425||Summer||Core Concepts of Water Science, Engineering & Technology for Water Managers||10 weeks||2|
Courses meet one day a week from 6-8:50pm on the campus.
*This course is open to the public and submittal of the program application is not required to enroll.
WTRM 401 (2): Survey of California Water Management Fundamentals and Practice
Intro to the water management industry in California. Covers key concepts and terms
of water planning and efficient use of resource development. Covers subjects such
as: The California water system and demand for energy, differences between water resource
administration versus management, sources of future supply, conjunctive use of surface
and ground water, program assessment, integrated watershed planning, and policy making
and implementation in a fragmented governmental system with multiple stakeholders
and interest groups. May not be taken for credit by students who received credit for MGMT 482.
Dates: Wednesdays, 3/28-5/16
WTRM 411 (2): Leadership for Water Managers
Application of fundamental leadership principles to leadership in the community of
water organizations. Examines the impact of the organizational forms and roles of
water organizations on leadership behavior.
WTRM 421 (3): Environmental Issues, Policies, & Regulations for Water Managers
Examines federal, state, regional, local, and special district governance with respect to environmental water issues and policies that have been enacted and implemented with emphasis on the American West
WTRM 423 (3): Finance & Professional Relations for Water Managers
Introduction to finance management, human resource management, and administration of water agencies in California. Covers subjects such as budgeting, rates, revenues, financing, financial planning, capital projects, accounting, organizational structure and development, employment law, labor negotiations, investigation and discipline, and policy development.
WTRM 425 (2): Core Concepts of Water Science, Engineering & Technology for Water Managers
Introduces concepts and terminology relevant to management of water supply and quality. Examines fundamental hydrologic, geohydrologic, and engineering concepts and methods associated with decisions for efficient water management.