EBS faculty teaching class
The Division of Environmental and Biomolecular Systems 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. EBS 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.


Graduate Degree Program

An EBS education responds to the changing needs in graduate education and gives students the most relevant academic experience and vigorous research training with state-of-the-art instrumentation. We offer the best features of a traditional university with the intimacy and attention usually associated with a small college. Our academic department and research centers are a powerful attraction for talented, world-class faculty and motivated students from around the world.

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Graduate Studies in Environmental & Biomolecular Systems

EBS offers courses that provide the foundation for research and professional careers. Courses are taught by faculty who are experts in their respective fields. Division of EBS courses cover both the fundamental and applied aspects of biochemistry, molecular biology, environmental science, environmental engineering, and environmental information technology. A student's selection of courses is customized to meet individual needs.
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Non-Matriculating Students 

Admission to our graduate programs is not required for students who would like to take a class.
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