Montana State University- Earth Sciences: Train to be a paleontologist in the MSU Undergraduate and Graduate Paleontology Programs. The Earth Sciences Department at MSU caters to both paleobiology and taphonomy interests.
Queens University Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering: Description of the department's research emphasis in Sedimentology, Sedimentary Geochemistry and Paleobiology.
University of Toronto Department of Geology: A research emphasis in Geobiology is offered.
Earth Sciences, National Autonomous University of Mexico: Masters and Doctorate programs in the Earth Sciences are offered.
Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo León, School of Earth Sciences: Located in Monterrey, Nuevo León, UANL, the third largest Mexican university, offers a doctoral program in Geosciences with an emphasis in paleontology at its Linares campus.
Paleoclimatology, Paleoecology, and Paleontology: The vertebrate paleontology program at UW is outstanding, with faculty holding joint appointments in the Department of Geology and Geophysics and the Department of Zoology and Physiology. Recent studies have included exploration of amber deposits in the nearby Hannah Basin, and the integration of paleontological data with stratigraphy and structural geology.
Graduate Program in Paleobiology at the University of Washington: UW Paleobiology is looking for outstanding students with a solid foundation in geology and/or biology and interest in pursuing research on exciting paleobiological questions. Prospective students may apply to the Graduate Program in either the Department of Biology or Anthropology (College of Arts and Sciences) or the Department of Earth & Space Sciences (College of the Environment). We recommend that you contact potential advisors prior to submitting your application.
Graduate Programs in Vertebrate Paleontology: A listing of programs compiled by the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology.
University of Arkansas Department of Geosciences: The Department of Geography and the Department of Geology merged in 1999 to form the Department of Geosciences (Ozark Hall) at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville (UAF), and is pleased to offer undergraduate and graduate degree programs in Earth Sciences, Geology, and Geography.