The Environmental Science Ph.D. program was approved by the Baylor Board of Regents in late 2014 and is accepting applications. For more information, please contact the Environmental Science Graduate Program Director, Dr. Sascha Usenko (at right).
Students within the Environmental Science Ph.D. program engage a wide variety of research topics that are often interdisciplinary in nature. Addressing complex global environmental problems through an interdisciplinary approach. Current strengths include air and water quality, climate change, environmental toxicology and chemistry, risk assessment, applied ecology, and ecosystem management. Student research projects often integrate multiple disciplines, such as laboratory, mesocsom, or field studies, to identify factors effecting environmental and human health.
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