2017 Geosciences Showcase
We thank all who have responded to our Showcase invitation, which is now full.
Welcome from the Graduate Coordinator
Welcome to the Department of Geosciences at Mississippi State University! I hope you found this graduate program webpage because you are interested in the Geosciences.
We actively seek an academically strong and diverse class of graduate students for our Earth and Atmospheric Science Ph.D. program and our M.S. programs in Meteorology, Geography, Geology, Geospatial Sciences, and Environmental Geosciences. Our M.S. programs in Meteorology and Geospatial Sciences offer both thesis and non-thesis tracks. The non-thesis track programs are designed to provide students with a practical, advanced education with more coursework in the chosen discipline. These programs are considered terminal with no expectation of continuance into a Ph.D. program.
We also offer several non-thesis track distance learning M.S. programs, including Applied Meteorology, Environmental Geosciences, and Teachers in Geosciences.
Please visit our faculty pages to learn more about each professor’s research interests, and please feel free to contact faculty members or me if you have any questions. If you are considering us for your graduate education, I encourage you to submit your application no later than November 1, 2017 for a Fall 2018 semester admission, especially if you intend to apply for a graduate assistantship. I also recommend that you visit our Geosciences Department, MSU, and Starkville. We are currently finalizing our plans for a Graduate Recruiting Weekend, tentatively scheduled for February 2017. Graduate applications are reviewed when completed application portfolios are received by the department, and graduate assistantship decisions are normally made no later than March. We encourage all new students to begin their studies in the Fall semester, although Spring semester admissions will be considered in extraordinary circumstances.
Renee M. Clary, Ph.D., F.G.S.
Geosciences Graduate Coordinator