Lake Erie Center

Graduate Studies at the Lake Erie Center


Lake Erie Center Student Research

Expert faculty. Diverse ecosystems. State-of-the-art laboratories. The University of Toledo's Lake Erie Center provides graduate students with an immersive setting to conduct research and gain crucial skills for careers in the field.

The Lake Erie Center is northwest Ohio's research leader in aquatic conservation, water quality, sustainable living and public health. The center's close proximity to Lake Erie and Maumee Bay State Park make it a picturesque, convenient location for field research. Visit our research page to explore the center's full scope of current projects.

 

The Department of Environmental Sciences offers the following graduate degrees:
  • Master of Science (MS) in Biology (ecology track)
  • Master of Science (MS) in Geology
  • Master of Science (MS) in Education (biology-ecology track and geology)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Biology (ecology track)
The Lake Erie Center also welcomes students from a variety of other disciplines, such as:
  • Geography and Planning
  • Civil Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Education
  • Health Science
To learn more about UToledo's graduate programs and application requirements, visit the College of Graduate Studies' page.
Last Updated: 5/27/20