Geology - B.S. (Environmental Geology)

The environmental geology program offers a curriculum based on courses in liberal arts and sciences and culminates in upper-division geology and environmental courses.

Geology and environmental courses explore a range of Earth science topics that collectively inform effective management of environmental systems. Courses discuss:

The B.S. program of study consists of 67 credit hours of non-geology courses and 57 credit hours of geology and environment courses for a total of 124 credits.

The purpose of the baccalaureate program is to prepare the graduate for professional positions in the environmental sciences.

The program further provides the foundation for graduate study in geology or other environmental science, as well as advanced-level careers.

Graduates are qualified for careers at all levels of government and in private industry. Recent graduates are employed to:

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