Doctoral level programs are offered through the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, the School of Public Health, and the College of Arts and Sciences.
Discover ways to manage, mitigate, and avoid environmental issues
Administered by the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs:
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Administered by the College of Arts & Sciences:
Geological & Atmospheric Sciences (Ph.D.)
A four or five year research focused degree in atmospheric sciences, climate science, and geoscience, on topics such as weather forecasting, green energy and solutions, big data science, air quality, environmental impacts and risk management, geoengineering, or climate modeling, as well as the study of past, present, and future climates.
Geological Sciences (Ph.D.)
Work with faculty on multidisciplinary research interests, including Biogeochemistry; Geobiology, Geoanthropology, and Geoarchaeology; Sedimentology and Stratigraphy; Geophysics, Structural Geology and Tectonics; Near-Surface Processes and Environmental Geosciences; Economic Geology; and Mineralogy.