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Deadline: 15 June 2019
The Department of Environmental Sciences Program offers two master’s degree programs-the Master of Science and Master of Science in Teaching (Earth Science). The Master of Science program prepares students for careers as professional earth scientists in industry, government, or education, or for continued graduate study. Current research focus areas of the department include Aquatic Biogeochemistry, Hydrogeology, Geophysics, Geospatial Analysis and Remote Sensing, Complex Earth Processes, Paleoecology and Sedimentary Environments, and Earth Science Education. The department is widely recognized for its applied and multidisciplinary programs and maintains a strong emphasis on practical field applications.
A non-thesis M.S. degree option is available for individuals seeking to gain expertise in earth or environmental sciences who already have an M.S. or Ph.D. degree in science or engineering from an accredited university, and who have completed a research thesis or dissertation.
The Master of Science in Earth and Environmental Sciences program at Wright State University is designed for K-12 educators seeking to build their Earth/Space science content knowledge and pedagogical skills. Students in this program can take a variety of traditional, on-line and field based courses, as well as up to 10 semester hours of education courses through the College of Education and Human Services. Up to 12-quarter hours or 8-semester hours of graduate courses may be eligible for transfer.
Student of Environmental Sciences Program research and other may focus on any area in which faculty are interested. Learn more about faculty research interests, which we organize into the areas of:
Wright State University offers several scholarship opportunities to graduate students, including:
- Graduate assistantships
- Tuition scholarships
Detailed Program Facts
Starting in January 2019
You can apply until: 15 June 2019
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