Students

Graduate students can participate in IRIS through a variety of University of Georgia degree programs. Our goal is to offer students tremendous flexibility in designing a graduate program that builds in-depth skills and breadth of knowledge in their area of interest. 

The programs listed below are just a few of the many ways to get a degree related to IRIS’s mission. We leverage UGA’s broad strengths in building multidisciplinary teams that include experts in engineering, ecology, environmental design, public health, social sciences, and policy. If you find a different program and want to know how you can participate in the IRIS team, get in touch.

As a starting point, feel free to explore the following degrees:

An Master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering through the College of Engineering

A PhD in Engineering with an emphasis in Water and Environment through the College of Engineering

A PhD in Engineering with an emphasis in Resilient Infrastructure Systems through the College of Engineering

A PhD in Anthropology and Engineering through the Integrative Conservation Graduate Program (ICON)

A PhD in Integrative Conservation and Ecology through the Integrative Conservation Graduate Program (ICON)

A PhD in Integrative Conservation and Geography through the Integrative Conservation Graduate Program (ICON)

A PhD in Forestry and Natural Resources through the Integrative Conservation Graduate Program (ICON)

Master’s and PhD programs through the Odum School of Ecology

A Master’s degree and PhD through the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources

A Master’s degree and PhD through the College of Environment + Design

To view all degrees through ICON and learn more about the application process, click here.

For additional information on UGA’s degree programs please see http://grad.uga.edu/index.php/prospective-students/academics/degree-programs/.