North Dakota Doctorate Programs in Math, Science & Engineering PhDs
Doctorate degrees and PhD programs in engineering, science and math are one of many options for graduate students interested in these fields. Browse our listings below to find the right program for you!
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In today's data-driven industries, companies that develop the capacity to turn large volumes of data into useful knowledge can develop a competitive advantage. This is creating a new area of expertise and specialization for data scientists with t...
Advanced work may involve specialized training in the areas of: biophysics, computational physics, condensed matter, nanomaterials, physics education research, polymer physics, soft matter physics, and statistical mechanics.
The Master of Natural Resources Management (MNRM), Master of Science (M.S.) and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) NRM degrees are interdisciplinary and offer a broad, systems- based approach toward managing natural resources.
Plant Pathology may involve specialized training in host-parasite genetics, molecular biology and genomics, epidemiology, tissue culture, soil and seed-borne diseases, microbial ecology, and integrated disease management.
The Department of Veterinary and Microbiological Sciences offers an M.S. in Microbiology and a Ph.D. in Molecular Pathogenesis. The M.S. in Microbiology emphasizes research methodology and laboratory techniques.
The Transportation and Logistics program is a joint effort of multiple colleges and the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, providing advanced knowledge and research skills in this rapidly growing field.
NDSU offers the M.Engr., M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, with research in Signal Processing, Biomedical Engineering, Power/Power Electronics, Integrated Circuit, Electromagnetics, and Computer Engineering.
Advanced research is conducted in colloidal and interfacial chemistry of polymers and coatings, polymer synthesis, adhesion, durability, spectroscopy, corrosion, electrochemistry, nanomaterials design and synthesis, and rheology.
Environmental and Conservation Sciences (ECS) rests on an integrative curriculum and a multidisciplinary team approach. Three tracks are offered: Environmental Science, Conservation Biology and Environmental Social Sciences.
Specialized academic and research training in Plant Sciences is available in plant breeding and genetics, weed science, biotechnology, field and forage crop production and management, and sports and urban turfgrass management.
The Department of Soil Science in the School of Natural Resource Sciences offers graduate study leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees that provide training in agricultural and/or environmental career tracks.
The Range Science program in the School of Natural Resource Sciences offers M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. Specializations may include rangeland ecology, ecosystem science, vascular plant systematics, and natural resources management.
The Materials and Nanotechnology program is interdisciplinary. Students with a degree in chemistry, engineering, material science and engineering, physics, polymer science/engineering, or related fields will be considered.
Advanced training in behavior, biochemistry, biodiversity, biological control, chemical ecology, ecology, host plant resistance, insect pathology, pest management, molecular genetics, physiology, and systematics.
The CMB Ph.D. program offers interdisciplinary research education and training opportunities. Students learn to integrate across concepts and to use multiple approaches to study contemporary biological problems.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry offers M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. The chemistry, biochemistry, and molecular biology of plant, animal, insect, and microbial systems are studied through advanced course work and research.
Advanced work in Animal Science may involve specialized training in the following areas: animal breeding, animal nutrition, animal genetics, animal health, physiology of reproduction, nutritional physiology, and meat science.
Areas of specialization include breeding and genetics, biotechnology, physiology, propagation, and production and management of horticultural crops such as woody plants, potatoes, vegetables, and herbaceous ornamentals.
The Department of Statistics offers a Ph.D. in statistics and a master's degree in applied statistics. The program is flexible enough to be individually planned around prior experience and in accord with professional goals.
The Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering program provides students with specialized training customized to meet their specific interests and goals. Faculty advisors work with each student to structure a graduate program consisting of traditional engineer...
The systems engineering program provides broad knowledge of the "systems approach" for designing and managing large-scale engineering systems throughout the life cycle, with faculty and students exploring case studies and methodologies from NASA, the U.
Designed for the technical manager who needs a broad education to keep an organization operating efficiently and working ahead of its competitors, GW’s engineering management program provides graduate education in the most current management techniques...