UC Davis Graduate Programs Related to Air Quality Research
With over 70 faculty actively performing research in areas related to air quality, UC Davis offers students an amazingly broad range of research opportunities. Areas of research include engineering, physical sciences (including chemistry and atmospheric science), biological sciences (such as toxicology and veterinary medicine), and social sciences (including environmental policy, economics, and sociology).
Graduate students at Davis receive their degrees through department-based programs or interdisciplinary graduate groups. The list below represents just some of the potential graduate programs in the many different areas of air quality.
- Agricultural and Environmental Chemistry
- Agricultural and Resource Economics
- Animal Biology
- Atmospheric Science
- Biological Systems Engineering
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Environmental Policy and Management
- Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering
- Pharmacology and Toxicology
- Transportation Technology and Policy