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Isotope GeochemistryIsotope Geochemistry
Isotope Geochemistry
HydrogeologyHydrogeology
Hydrogeology
PaleobiologyPaleobiology
Paleobiology
BiogeochemistryBiogeochemistry
Biogeochemistry
Coastal GeomorphologyCoastal Geomorphology
Coastal Geomorphology
Trophic EcologyTrophic Ecology
Trophic Ecology
Environmental chemistryEnvironmental Chemistry
Environmental Chemistry
Soil and Water ConservationSoil & Water Conservation
Soil & Water Conservation
Fluid InclusionsFluid Inclusions
Fluid Inclusions
Geospatial Information TechnologyGeospatial Information
Geospatial Information

Graduate Programs

The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences offers programs at the Graduate level (M.Sc. and Ph.D) which are supported by a wide variety of high-quality research facilities. If you are interested in graduate studies in Earth or Environmental Sciences at the University of Windsor, review the faculty research interests and graduate opportunities web page to identify faculty that you would be interested in working with, and to read about specific projects that may be currently available. We recommend that you contact the appropriate faculty member(s) directly for more information since the financial and advisory support of one or more faculty members will be required.

General questions about our graduate programs can be directed to earthgrad@uwindsor.ca, or to our current Graduate Coordinator Dr. Ihsan Al-Aasm at alaasm@uwindsor.ca.

Information on admission requirements and application procedures are available on the website of the Office of the Registrar. Earth and Environmental Sciences requires you to use this referee form.

Graduate students in Earth Science are provided with competitive funding levels through teaching and research assistantships.  For current and future students, please see the tuition fee estimator from the Cashier's Office.