Freshwater Science & Sustainability

Bachelor of Science

Western Michigan University


The  interdisciplinary integrative program will provide students with the scientific knowledge and skills to address the complex regional, national, and global challenges related to the sustainability of freshwater resources and capitalizes on the fantastic research equipment and opportunities provided by the NMC Great Lakes Water Studies Institute and current teaching credentials and typically range from 48-60 credit hours.

NMC transfer guide for WMU

 

Western Michigan University
(Suite 201)

Kim Stevens, Regional Coordinator
Phone: (231) 995-1846
Fax: (231) 995-1789
E-mail: kim.stevens@wmich.edu

Sheelah Walter-Reece, Office Associate
Phone: (231) 995-1788
WMU Website Information

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Bachelor's Program:

  • Freshwater Science & Sustainability 

Master's Program:

  • Counselor Education (Clinical Mental Health & School)

Graduate Certificate Program:

  • Alcohol & Drug Abuse (SPADA)