Rutgers University

New Brunswick, New Jersey

Graduate work in water resources at Rutgers University is possible in a wide variety of topic areas, and also at several of the campuses of the University.  Graduate programs in environmental sciences, civil, chemical, environmental and biochemical engineering, bio-resource engineering, ecology and evolution, plant biology, geology, public policy, urban planning, and microbiology are available.  Faculty research includes studies of the fate and transport of pollutants, a wide range of remediation technologies including bio- and phyto-remediation, ecological integrity of surface waters and wetlands, management and economics of water resources, water law and policy, among others.  Interdisciplinary studies are encouraged.  Modern research facilities are available for studies leading to the Masters' and Ph.D. degrees. 

For further information, visit the New Jersey Water Resources Research Institute; and the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources