- About ISAR
- The Program
WATER ...... Today's issues ...... Your future!
Our Aquatic Resources Program [AR] uses an interdisciplinary approach that allows students to understand today’s important water resource issues, how water permeates our lives, shapes our world and sustains living organisms.
AR students develop a keen understanding of topics that impact our planet, such as water resource issues, conservation, fisheries, climate change, global warming, desertification, environmental stewardship, aquaculture, among others. AR students are well-positioned to understand global resources issues, especially those involving water that occur between countries, cultures, cities and rural communities, and between regions within countries.
The AR Program uses a common core of courses that will provide students with a broad background, a work term to gain career-related experience, and a variety of field trips, guest speakers and other opportunities that enhance academic learning.
The Aquatic Resources Program consists of 7 departments:
Anthropology, Biology, Earth Sciences, Economics, Math.Statistics.Computer Science, Political Science and Sociology