Our graduate curriculum trains students for employment in industry, academia, or government agencies. We emphasize fundamental and advanced geoscience coursework in geophysics, geochemistry, and hydrogeology complemented by interdisciplinary offerings to prepare students for their future careers. The majority of our graduate students receive financial sponsorship through Research and/or Teaching Assistantships. Graduates of our program are employed as faculty members, consultants, and government scientists.
Prospective graduate students are invited to contact faculty members to discuss potential projects. Teaching and Research Assistantships are awarded on a highly competitive basis and applicants will only receive full considerations once the online application process is completed.
Related coursework includes:
GLY 414/514 – Hydrogeology
GLY 419/519 - Environmental Geophysics
GLY 462/562 – Aqueous Geochemistry
GLY 526 – Geology for Graduate Students
GLY 529 – Analysis of Geologic Data
GLY 530 - Groundwater Flow Modeling
GLY 564 - Field Methods in Hydrogeology
GLY 568 – Environmental Organic Geochemistry
GLY 606 – Contaminant Hydrogeology