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PhD in Oceanography / Applied Ocean Science and Engineering

Tipo
Doctorado (ISCED 2011 nivel 8)
Idioma

Inglés

Duración 10 semesters
Nivel de entrada Bachelor
Costo For information about tuition rates visit: https://registrar.mit.edu/registration-academics/tuition-fees/graduate

JOINT PROGRAM IN OCEANOGRAPHY/APPLIED OCEAN SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) Joint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering is a five-year doctoral degree program. The combined strengths of MIT and WHOI provide research and educational opportunities in scientific and engineering disciplines that contribute to ocean science. Many students carry out interdisciplinary research. 

The MIT-WHOI Joint Program provides a high quality education leading to an internationally-recognized doctoral degree awarded by both institutions. The Joint Program is organized within five sub-disciplinary areas, each administered by a Joint Committee consisting of MIT faculty and WHOI scientists: Applied Ocean Science and Engineering, Biological Oceanography, Chemical Oceanography, Marine Geology and Geophysics, and Physical Oceanography. Cutting across the Joint Committees are interdisciplinary themes including “climate and climate impacts” and “coastal processes”. In addition to the cross-cutting themes, many students choose research topics which overlap two or more of the sub-disciplines, and Joint Program leadership works to support and accommodate students with interdisciplinary interests (see interdisciplinary statement and thesis examples). Thesis committees involving biologists and engineers, chemists and geologists, physical oceanographers and biologists are common. 

 

 

 

 

Componentes estructurales
Tesis/Disertación
Entrenamiento de laboratorio
Trabajo práctico/ de campo
Proyecto de investigación

Proceso de aplicación

https://mit.whoi.edu/admissions/apply/how-to-apply/

Oportunidades de financiamiento/becas

Financial Support Options

  • Fellowships from outside agencies
  • Graduate Research Assistantships (GRA) on Grants and Contracts

  • WHOI-Administered or MIT-Administered Traineeships

  • MIT Teaching Assistantships/WHOI Teaching Fellowships

  • MIT Fellowships

  • WHOI Fellowships

 

For more information visit: https://mit.whoi.edu/admissions/funding/financial-support-options/

Prerrequisitos

https://mit.whoi.edu/admissions/apply/ 

Categorías CINE (ISCED)

Política y governaza
Derecho marítimo y marino
Biología
Ecología
Conservación y gestión ambiental
Geología marina
Oceanografía física y química
Estadística
Mecánica y profesiones afines a la metalistería
Seguridad marítima