Note: Submit application materials to the program following the graduate school schedule. However, it is preferable to start the stream restoration certificate program fall semester.
Details of the program can be found here.
All applicants must submit a copy of the SRSE Program Application Form AND one letter of recommendation (current students should request a letter from their graduate advisor) to:
Professor Vaughan Voller, Director of Graduate Studies Certificate Program in Stream Restoration Science and Engineering 122 Civil Engineering 500 Pillsbury Dr., SE University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN 55455
Additional application materials depend on current student enrollment status:
Students not currently enrolled in the graduate school at the University of Minnesota:
1) Complete graduate school online application (select: Start a new application for admission.)
2) Submit to the graduate school:
- Application fee ($55 domestic students; $75 international students)
- Transcripts from all college and universities attended
- English language test scores (TOEFL), if applicable
These materials should be submitted to:
University of Minnesota,
Graduate School Office of Admissions,
309 Johnston Hall,
101 Pleasant St. SE,
Minneapolis, MN 55455-0421
Students currently or formerly enrolled in a graduate program at the University of Minnesota:
1) Complete the online graduate school change of status/readmission form (select: Start an application for readmission/change of status)
Note: This online form is new, and some cases may require the old paper form.
2) Submit $55 application fee to: University of Minnesota, Graduate School Office of Admissions, Change of Status, 309 Johnston Hall, 101 Pleasant St. SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455-0421
Admission to the certificate program will require a B.S. or B.A. from an accredited US institution or its foreign counterpart. The degree should be in a field related to ecology, civil engineering, or environmental and earth sciences. Other degrees will be accepted based on relevant experience at the discretion of the Director of Graduate Studies (DGS) and in consultation with the program advisory committee. A 3.0 GPA or higher is preferred for admission. International students should score at least 550 on the TOEFL exam (paper based test) or the recognized equivalent for the computer and web-based tests. The GRE is not required. The DGS has discretion to accept applicants who fall below these standards, based on other evidence of an applicant’s ability and in consultation with the program advisory committee. Students must meet the prerequisites for the courses listed in the program. Courses at the 4000 level or above, not listed in one of the theme areas, can only be included in the program on petition to the DGS.
Current University of Minnesota graduate school tuition rates can be found here.