The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences offers a broad range of programs with a focus on the general area of Environmental Geology. Research is carried out in the interpretation of geologic and hydrogeologic processes, the description and interpretation of modern and ancient geologic environments, the response of geologic and hydrogeologic systems to human interference, and many other topics.

Our major areas are in hydrogeology, groundwater modelling and remediation, aqueous, organic and isotope geochemistry, isotope hydrology, economic geology, mineralogy, petrology, structural geology, engineering geology, geophysics, sedimentology and Quaternary geology.

Please refer to the table below to learn more about each program.  

Graduate Programs in Earth and Environmental Studies
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Master of Science (MSc)

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Master of Science (MSc) - Water

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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Water

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