The Hydrology Program of the Department of Land, Air and Water Resources offers the minor in Watershed Science. This minor is intended for environmental, natural or social science students who have an interest in the interfaces between hydrology, ecology, policy and management. Coursework in the minor provides fundamental skills and knowledge on science and management of watersheds in the context of current water resources and ecological problems.
The minor in Fungal Biology and Ecology is open to all students interested in a concentrated exposure to and knowledge of the fungi and allied organisms.
The minor is sponsored by the Plant Pathology Department.
The Environmental Horticulture minor focuses the student on the identification, taxonomy, propagation, production and maintenance of ornamental plants in commercial production or urban landscapes. The goal of the minor is to broaden students understanding of the science behind the identification, propagation and maintenance of plants for human use, whether in a landscape or production setting.