Contact James P. Hurley, Chair, Environmental Chemistry and Technology Program,

A minimum of 9 course credits associated with the EC&T Ph.D. major’s core classwork (CIV ENGR 703 or GEOSCI 875CIV ENGR/​M&ENVTOX/​SOIL SCI  631 or CIV ENGR 704, CIV ENGR/​ATM OCN  701 or CHEM 629) and/or advanced electives (numbered 500 or higher) associated with the program. One semester of CIV ENGR 909 must be included. Breadth of courses should complement the Ph.D. major and the student’s academic background. Students are expected to achieve a B or better in all courses for the minor. EC&T minor courses and those required by the Ph.D. major cannot overlap or double-count.

Faculty: Anantharaman (Bacteriology), Bertram (Chemistry), Bleam (Soil Science), Ginder-Vogel (Civil and Environmental Engineering), Harrington (Civil and Environmental Engineering), Hurley (director) (Civil and Environmental Engineering), Karthikeyan (Biological Systems Engineering), Majumder (Bacteriology), McMahon (Civil and Environmental Engineering), Pedersen (Molecular and Environmental Toxicology/Soil Science), Remucal (Civil and Environmental Engineering), Roden (Geoscience), Root (Chemical and Biological Engineering), Schauer (Civil and Environmental Engineering), Thompson (Biological Systems Engineering) Whitman (Soil Science)