Wright State University's Ph.D. Program in Environmental Sciences is the only one in Ohio, and one of just a few in the United States, that equips scientists with the multifaceted skills and knowledge to solve today's environmental problems. The program draws on the expertise and perspectives of faculty representing a range of disciplines in biology, chemistry, and geology. Scientist trained in this program are sought after by governmental agencies, industry, consulting firms, and academia to research and address complex environmental issues, such as surface and groundwater quality management, preservation of aquatic and wildlife diversity, habitat restoration, chemical and physical contamination of watersheds, food chain contamination, and exposure to hazardous materials.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission