University of Arizona

Department: 
Lunar and Planetary Laboratory
Fields Studied: 
Asteroids, Astrobiology, Atmospheres, Comets, Cosmochemistry, Exoplanets, Geochemistry, Interiors, Mars, Meteorites, Moon, Optical Astronomy, Planetary Dynamics, Planetary Evolution, Planetary Science, Small Bodies, Solar Physics, Space Plasma Physics, Star & Planet Formation, Surfaces, Volcanology
State/Province: 
AZ
Country: 
USA
Degrees Offered: 
PhD
Minimum GPA: 
N/A
General GRE Required: 
Yes
Subject GRE Required: 
N/A
Recommendations: 
3
Faculty: 
27 tenure-track faculty + 7 non-tenure-track faculty
Students: 
30
Admission Percentage: 
Nearby Research Institutions: 
Planetary Science Institute; National Optical Astronomy Observatory; University of Arizona Depts. of Astronomy/Steward Observatory, Atmospheric Sciences, Geosciences; College of Optical Sciences; College of Engineering; Biosphere 2
Funding: 
Up to five (5) years of financial support towards completion of the Ph.D.
Fall Application Deadline: 
08 Dec
Spring Application Deadline: 
Notes: 
Applicants should have completed an undergraduate major in a physical science such as astronomy, atmospheric sciences, chemistry, geology, mathematics, or physics. However, admission is based on the overall demonstrated capability and preparation of the applicant.
This Page Last Modified: 
August 24, 2017