The College of the Environment has numerous programs to continue in post-graduate studies. Check out our map of all College of the Environment units, both on and off campus.
Masters and Ph.D.
Further the fundamental understanding of the physics and chemistry of the Earth’s atmosphere and consider problems critical for the welfare of modern society, like climate change, air pollution and extreme weather.
MS and Ph.D.
Further the understanding of Earth, the solar system and their histories through research that extends from the center of the Earth to the rim of the solar system.
MS, Applied MS and Ph.D.
Advance basic and applied research dedicated to the stewardship of natural and managed environments and the sustainable use of their products and services.
MEH, MFR, MS, PCMI, Ph.D.
Perform research at the intersection of natural and social sciences and public policy to address contemporary and emerging issues in marine systems, especially those associated with the human dimensions of global change.
Create knowledge and understanding about the ocean through observation, theory, modeling and technological innovation with a particular focus on climate change, coastal processes and extreme environments.
MS and Ph.D.
Learn about interdisciplinary training in methods, research issues and communication of climate science that enhances students’ scientific breadth and professional employability.