The department offers graduate courses and research programs leading to an M.S. in Geology or Geophysics and a Ph.D. in Earth and Environmental Sciences. We provide graduates with the interdisciplinary vision they need to advance careers in academia, government, and the private sector.
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The Weston Observatory is a research and science education center that operates a 16-station regional seismic network that records data on earthquakes in the northeast, as well as distant earthquakes. The facility offers students a unique opportunity to work on exciting projects with modern, sophisticated, scientific research equipment in a number of different areas of scientific and environmental interest.