Interdisciplinary Environmental Sciences Graduate Program
The field of environmental science encompasses all regulatory areas that work to protect human health through applied science, create a sustainable balance between society and the environment, and develop preventative healthcare methods.
The Interdisciplinary Environmental Sciences Graduate Program offers M.S. and Ph.D. degrees.
A graduate degree in environmental sciences provides opportunities to contribute to our field in impactful ways. Through comprehensive research and interdisciplinary studies, our students are challenged to address a wide-ranging assortment of rapidly changing environmental issues and concerns that are posing significant tests to the world today.
The University's Environmental Sciences Ph.D. is research-focused and a multidisciplinary degree track. The program encourages students to adapt the course of study to their academic interests. Successful students will practice applied science that addresses real world problems such as:
- Health-based issues
- Environmental contamination
- Remediation of environmental damage
- Air quality
- Agricultural sustainability
- Nutrition and nutritional health and sustainability
- Renewable resource issues
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