Environmental Geology

Graduate Program Description

The M.S. Program in Environmental Geology graduate work leading to the M.S. degree in Environmental Geology is offered in Newark for full- and part-time students in collaboration with the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Rutgers-New Brunswick and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at NJIT. The 3 learning goals are the following: obtain advanced knowledge in geoscience and environmental science, engage in and conduct original, publishable research, and professional career preparation.

General Information

Degree Offered: M.S.
Part Time Study Available: Yes


Adam Kustka, PhD, Graduate Program Director

101 Warren Street

Smith Hall | Room 140

Phone: 973-353-5509

Email: kustka@newark.rutgers.edu


Website: Environmental Geology

Degree Credit Requirements

M.S.: 30 credits

Career Opportunities 

-Environmental Scientist
-Engineering Geologist
-Environmental Consultant
-Sustainability Consultant
-Minerals Surveyor

Application Requirements and Deadlines

Undergraduate Degree [minimum B.S. in any Science or Engineering Program with an Environmental Emphasis]


All transcripts – GRE – TOEFL – 3 Letters of Recommendation –
Personal Statement

M.S. DEADLINES: Spring - December 1st/ Fall - June 1st

Rutgers Graduate School - Newark

Office of the Dean

185 University Avenue

John Cotton Dana Library, Suite 306
Newark, New Jersey 07102

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