Ph.D. students may obtain a dual-title degree in Biogeochemistry.

Dual-Title Degree in Biogeochemistry

Plant Pathology Ph.D. graduate students who are interested in strengthening their degree by integrating their graduate education in biogeochemistry should consider applying to this dual-title degree program offered in the Department of Geosciences in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences.

Biogeochemistry Dual-Title Graduate Program students complete the requirements for their major graduate program and, in addition, 15 specific credits. Contact for more information.

The program involves an active and engaging graduate student community, mandatory co-advising, cross-disciplinary coursework, and opportunities for additional stipend and tuition support beyond that of a student’s home department or program. Annual events offer an opportunity to exchange ideas with biogeochemists on and off campus, including the student-organized Environmental Chemistry and Microbiology Student Symposium and annual mini-conferences and field trips.