The geochemistry program consists of two subprograms, administering two MS and PhD degree tracks and one Professional Master’s (non-thesis) degree program.
The geochemistry (GC) degree track pertains to the history and evolution of the Earth and its features, including but not limited to the chemical evolution of the crust and mantle, geochemistry of energy and mineral resources, aqueous geochemistry and fluid-rock/fluid-mineral interactions and chemical mineralogy.
The environmental biogeochemistry (EBGC) degree track pertains to the coupled chemical and biological processes of Earth’s biosphere, and the changes in these processes caused by human activities.
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