Department of Biology
Bioenvironmental Science is defined as “the systematic study of the interactions between biological systems and the environment using innovative applied research tools and fundamental research”. The biological systems include, human beings, animals, plants and bacteria, where water, air, ground, space and indoors are defined as the environment.
Morgan State University’s Ph.D. program in Bioenvironmental Science is the one of the two Ph.D. programs at the School of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences and is the only such program in Maryland’s higher education system. The Ph.D. program in Bioenvironmental Science program at Morgan integrates strong academic training, fundamental and applied research practices through interdisciplinary efforts with participating faculty from the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, and Computer Science into a cohesive program of study that focuses on an array of environmental issues that affect biological systems.
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