Graduate Student Information
The Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources offers graduate training in both disciplinary and interdisciplinary formats. Many of these programs have been offered in the past through other academic units, and bring with them well funded, established researchers.

Master's and Ph.D. programs are available in Environment and Geography (Master of Arts (Geography), Master of Science (Environment & Geography), Master of Environment, and Ph.D. (Geography), Geological Sciences (Master of Science, and Ph.D.), and Natural Resources Institute (Master of Natural Resources Management and Ph.D. in Natural Resources and Environmental Management).

Advisors may be chosen from among eligible faculty members within the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources.