Phd in geology and environmental sciences in University of pittsburgh
The Ph.D. is a research degree that represents the highest level of academic accomplishment in any field. Persons with this degree are expected to have demonstrated the ability to conduct independent research and also should have the level and breadth of knowledge about their field that one could reasonably expect of someone who has attained the highest academic degree in their field. Research performance, evidenced by preparation of a dissertation on an independently pursued research topic, is the primary requirement for the Ph.D. degree. Each program is designed in consultation with a faculty advisor to meet the needs of the student.
Official transcripts of all previous undergraduate and graduate work, Statement of purpose, Three letters of recommendation, Sample of written work, Overall review of academic reports
Geology Engineering, Wildlife Managers, Zoologists, Horticulturists, Oceanographers and Meteorologists, Microbiologists, Soil and Plant Scientists, and Ecologists.