£23,735 per year
Planet Earth consists of interacting systems —the lithosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere – which form the physical foundation of life on Earth and human societies. These systems are changing rapidly due to diverse human activities. The master’s program in Earth, Environment, and Physical Sciences (EEPS) at Wichita State University offers the opportunity for multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary graduate education and research to investigate the consequences of human actions and to seek wise development and use of the resources of our planet. The program combines the talents and expertise of faculty in the disciplines of geology, physics, and environmental science, and supporting fields such as biology and chemistry. It is designed to train a new generation of scientists, professionals, and educators who will be well equipped with general knowledge and skills in methodology, critical and creative thinking in scientific research, and advanced knowledge and skills in geology, environmental science, or physics. Graduates will meet the requirements and challenges of the 21st century to become successful science educators, professionals in industry or government, and/or aspirants to PhD studies.
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