The Department of Earth and Environmental Science offers three graduate degrees: MS in Geology, MS in Environmental Geoscience and PhD in Geoscience. Graduate students work closely with faculty who are leading researchers of earth and environmental systems to develop and implement research projects to add their own contributions to our science. Class and research opportunities are available for field studies, laboratory experiments, analysis of large data from sensor arrays and remote sensing, or modeling studies.
The application deadline for fall admission for both degrees is January 15. Both the masters and doctoral students should contact the advisor in their area of interest before applying.