IEH offers exceptional training opportunities for well qualified Ph.D. and M.S. degree candidates. Our program spans a wide scope of research areas and provides for in-depth training opportunities. IEH scientists and their collaborators study physical, chemical, and biological processes using biomolecular, chemical, genetic, and computational approaches. Division research covers all relevant scales -- molecular, cellular, particle, and ecosystem.
IEH degrees are through the Division of Environmental & Molecular Biology (EBS) . EBS offers Ph.D. and M.S. in both Environmental Science & Engineering and Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. M.S. programs are available in thesis and non-thesis options.
- Ph.D. in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
- Ph.D. in Environmental Science & Engineering
- M.S. in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
- M.S. in Environmental Science & Engineering
Students who pursue IEH related degrees participate in a wide range of professional development activities, including internships, conferences, and mentorship/teaching experiences. Alumni from IEH programs are employed with a wide range of private companies, consultancy firms, research institutes, state and federal agencies and within academia.