The School of the Environment offers a Doctoral degree in Earth, Environment, & Society, as well as Masters and Doctoral degrees in Systems Science.
The Earth, Environment, & Society PhD program (formerly "Environmental Sciences & Resources") is an interdisciplinary program between Geology, Geography, and Environmental Sciences & Management. Students typically have on area of concentration but take classes from these three departments as well as other departments as appropriate.
This program is a cooperative effort of all of the units within the school in collaboration with affiliated faculty from other units in the university. One of its major strengths is to be able to draw from the wide range of expertise represented by the over 150 faculty and staff in the School. See the full PhD Guidelines for the School of the Environment EES PhD.
Current PhD StudentsSystems Science home page for more information on these degrees.
Current EES PhD students can monitor their progress using our PhD Program checklist, access required forms, or learn more about the seminar requirement, and required courses. Also check out conferences and symposia occurring in the area for opportunities to showcase your research.
Prospective PhD Students
Prospective EES PhD students should apply through the School of the Environment for admittance. You should contact potential advisers before you apply. Find out more about funding opportunities through the IGERT and GK12 programs.
Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter!