The curriculum leading to the B.S. degree in Geosciences is designed for students who plan a career in geology, hydrology, geophysics, teaching Earth Science in middle or high school, or who plan to attend graduate school. In addition to the courses formally offered in all degree programs, students are encouraged to earn credit for independent study, internship, and for participation in departmental research projects. The Department also offers nondegree courses in geography, including coursework in Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing that lead to a Minor in Geospatial Information Analysis.
To make an advising appointment with undergraduate advisor Dr. Karen Viskupic, go to karenviskupic.youcanbook.me
|Undergraduate Degree Offered||Degree Outcome|
|Minor in Geospatial Information Analysis||Equip students to apply geospatial technologies towards solving problems with spatial elements.|
|B.S. in Geosciences||Prepare students for a broad variety of careers in quantitative geoscience or for graduate school in many scientific and engineering disciplines. The four degree track options are geology, geophysics, hydrology, and secondary education.|
|Minor in Climate Studies|
|Minor in Geology|
|Minor in Geophysics|
|Minor in Hydrology|
Degree Requirements & Flow Charts
Undergraduate degree program requirements and the flow charts for progressing through each program are provided below:
- Geology emphasis flow chart and Geology emphasis course checklist
- Geophysics emphasis flow chart and Geophysics emphasis course checklist
- Hydrology emphasis flow chart and Hydrology emphasis course checklist
- Secondary Education emphasis flow chart and Secondary Education emphasis course checklist
For other major courses’ check sheets, visit the Office of the Registrar.