Graduate students in Earth Sciences join a research-intensive environment and work with internationally recognized faculty who contribute to a wide variety of geoscientific fields. Research areas include glacial geology and geomorphology, watershed geochemistry, lichen biomonitoring, marine and terrestrial palynology, stream flow dynamics, isotope carbonate geochemistry, the structural geology of Earth and Mars, climate change and quaternary geology. Earth sciences graduate students respond to the needs of world governments, industries and social structures facing global change.
- Earth Science
- January, May or September
- Thesis – 6 terms (2 years)
This program is funded for the defined length above, as outlined on our financial page.
Applications are considered when received. Please contact the program directly for more details.