Earth and Environmental Sciences, MS
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences 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.
|Full-time Duration:||1 year|
|Starting in:||Fall / Spring|
|Estimated Total Tuition:||$26,516|
|Location:||Fairborn, OH, United States|
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The program requires 30 hours of graduate credits taken at Wright State University. The student’s course schedule of courses (24 credit hours minimum) and thesis research (6 credit hours minimum) will be specified through a Program of Study approved by the student’s advisory committee of three graduate faculty members.