Graduate teaching and research assistantships are available to qualified candidates through the Chemical, Biochemical and Environmental Engineering program. Most PhD students admitted to the department are paid a stipend of $32,300/year plus tuition remission and health insurance.
Students seeking a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering or Chemical Engineering may find funding as a research assistant in a laboratory or as a TA in CBEE or another department on campus. However, it is the student’s responsibility to secure their own funding.
FUNDING OPPORTUNITY FOR ENEN MS STUDENTS (2020-2025)
Interdisciplinary Consortium for Applied Research in Ecology and Evolution (ICARE): Broadening Participation Across the Environmental Sciences in Baltimore HarborNational Science Foundation, Research Training (NRT) Grant
University fellowships may also be obtained. More information on funding opportunities can be found by visiting UMBC’s Graduate School website.