Protect the environment while building the economy: Study at North Dakota's Energy University.
North Dakota's vast energy resources can play a critical role in easing the nation's energy dependence - and graduates of UND's doctoral program in Environmental Engineering will play just as big a part in ensuring these resources are acquired responsibly and sustainably.
- Program type:
- Doctoral Degree
- On Campus or Online
- Est. time to complete:
- Up to 7 years
- Credit hours:
Why earn a Ph.D. in environmental engineering at UND?
Ph.D. Environmental Engineering at UND
The Ph.D. program is offered through UND's Institute for Energy Studies (IES). This multidisciplinary institute is focused on training a generation of energy experts who will develop energy technologies that are economically competitive, reliable, sustainable and politically and environmentally acceptable.
Faculty relationships with a wide variety of industries, municipalities, consulting firms, government agencies and research-funding organizations provide opportunities for your own research and collaboration.
Participate in ongoing research opportunities at the Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC), which work with state, federal and industry clients to solve energy and environmental needs.
Gain access to on-campus laboratory facilities including the multi-disciplinary Environmental Analytical Research Laboratory (Leonard Hall), Civil Engineering Environmental and Hydraulics Laboratories, and Chemical Engineering Laboratories.
Flexible research options allow online students to choose projects relevant to their current job.