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Obtaining clear horizons to conserve water and soil resources requires knowledge and mastery over principles of this science, use of new technologies, scientific communication with the developed world, and ultimately the penetration of high-level specialists into managerial and decision-making positions and of course policies and practices. Proper technical decision-making is itself dependent on the development of higher education in specialized fields. Accordingly, the Department of Rangeland and Watershed has started its educational activities with admissions for undergraduate studies since 1992 and is currently admitting students for Master and Ph.D. levels in Watershed Engineering.