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The Hydrogeology (MS) programme at Clemson University offers an exciting opportunity to delve into the fascinating world of hydrogeology. This interdisciplinary programme combines field methods with quantitative analysis, allowing students to explore a wide range of problems in this field. From environmental geochemistry to groundwater contaminant flow and transport modeling, students gain practical skills and in-depth knowledge. With a strong emphasis on research projects, this programme prepares students for successful careers in industry and government, as well as further studies at the PhD level. Candidates with a background in geosciences or related disciplines are encouraged to apply, and additional educational support is available for those with different scientific backgrounds.

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This interdisciplinary program provides students an opportunity to investigate a wide range of problems based in hydrogeology. The curriculum is structured to give students a strong background that integrates field methods with quantitative analyses. Students pursue a variety of research projects in hydrogeology and related areas, such as environmental geochemistry, groundwater contaminant flow and transport modeling, geophysics, tectonics, hydromechanics, hydrostratigraphy, geostatistics, and environmental remediation. Students completing the MS Hydrogeology receive both a practical skill set and fundamental knowledge base that make them highly competitive for careers in industry and government while also preparing them as outstanding candidates for continuing studies in a PhD program.

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Entry Requirements

Candidates should have a baccalaureate degree in the geosciences; however, students having strong undergraduate backgrounds in other fields of science or related engineering disciplines may be admitted but will be required to correct deficiencies in their geological education during their first year.

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