Masters students in a College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment course titled

Prospective Students

Discover our world


What better place to solve some of the world’s greatest problems than at the University of Delaware’s College of Earth, Ocean and Environment (CEOE)? At CEOE, we provide students with invaluable experiential learning both in the field and with state-of-the-art classroom technology. CEOE majors develop skills that are in high demand in today's job market, including Geographic Information Systems (GIS), data analysis, coding, statistics and more. From the Arctic’s frozen tundra to the coral reefs in Bermuda, students in CEOE truly get a global learning experience. 

Undergraduate Programs

Students in any major, whether in CEOE or another UD college, can earn the Eco-Entrepreneurship Certificate through Horn Entrepreneurship. Use your UD education to not only learn about environmental challenges, but also come up with solutions!

Learn more about our undergraduate programs or contact Keeley Powell, Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Services.

Keeley Powell

Keeley Powell

Senior Assistant Dean, Student Services
 1-302-831-8062

Office Location:
101A Robinson Hall
Newark, DE 19716-1304

Graduate Programs

●  Climatology (Ph.D.)

●  Geography (M.A., M.S., Ph.D.)

●  Geological Sciences (M.S., Ph.D.)

●  Marine BioSciences (M.S., Ph.D.)

●  Marine Policy (M.M.P., M.M.P./J.D., Ph.D.)

●  Oceanography (M.S., Ph.D.)

●  Physical Ocean Science and Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.)

●  Water Science and Policy (M.S., Ph.D.)

The Offshore Wind Skills Academy provides training for professionals from traditional energy industries, supply chain companies, regulators, investors, consultants and any others wanting an in-depth knowledge of the offshore wind energy industry.

Learn more about our graduate programs or contact Kelli Kerbawy, Assistant Dean for Graduate Services.

portrait of Kelli Kerbawy
Graduate Student Services

Kelli Kerbawy

Assistant Dean for Graduate Services
 1-302-831-1162

Office Location:
101B Robinson Hall
Newark, DE 19716-1304

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Want to be a Blue Hen?


Students in the College of Earth, Ocean and Environment are a part of the larger University of Delaware student population. Join a club. Work on campus. Play a sport. Attend a concert. Be a Blue Hen.
 

CEOE Student Experience


"I came to UD for its marine science program. There are other schools that had similar programs, but the semester-in-residence is one thing that drew me in.”


RUCHA WANI, CLASS OF 2021
School of Marine Science & Policy
 

SMSP student Rucha Wani standing on deck of ship