In this nationally respected program, Ph.D. candidates pursue research at the forefront of environmental engineering, while solving real-world problems with university partners in government and industry. Researchers have the opportunity to collaborate with international organizations and often help develop solutions to global issues.
Doctoral candidates work alongside a lengthy list of distinguished faculty — experts in water treatment, arsenic and heavy metals, environmental remediation, physicochemical processes and more.
At Stevens, doctoral candidates focus on a research area of their choosing with guidance from a faculty member working in a similar concentration. In the environmental engineering doctoral program, faculty are currently researching: