From Metropolitan State University at Denver (Terry Bower):
In response to the reality of declining water resources, Metropolitan State University of Denver Innovative and Lifelong Learning has partnered with the One World One Water Center to offer a new Water Studies Online Certificate, an opportunity to learn about the history, law, and management of water in Colorado and the western United States.
From lifelong learners who want to know more about water preservation to those working in green and sustainable professions, this unique certificate provides introductory level training and skills relevant to a wide range of fields in the nonprofit, corporate, and public sectors, including water industries, conservation, agriculture, construction, engineering, and law.
What you get with the Water Studies Online Certificate:
Flexible schedule – Control your own schedule with a self-paced format that’s 100% online One-on-one networking and advisement – Receive a personal advising session with an expert in the Colorado water industry Real-world applications – Develop a capstone project to directly apply what you’ve learned to real-world situations Career opportunities – Find job demand in a growth industry. Wherever you live, someone’s job is to be in charge of water.
Registration opens October 3. Courses start January 2018. For more information, please contact Innovative and Lifelong Learning at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.721.1313.
Go Roadrunners! (John Orr, class of 1978)