Undergraduate Degrees and Minors
A B.S. Geoscience degree allows students to specialize in Geology, Geophysics, Hydrology and Secondary Education.
Five minors in these four disciplines plus Climate Science introduce students to the essentials of each disciple, and are ideally suited to the innovative “3-D” major offered by the College of Arts and Sciences where students can custom-tailor a degree plan to fit their academic interests and career aspirations by combining three minors to constitute a major.
Certificates and Endorsements offer opportunities to obtain credentials for professional advancement.
To make an advising appointment with undergraduate advisor Dr. Karen Viskupic, go to karenviskupic.youcanbook.me
|Undergraduate Major and Minors||Program Outcome|
|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||Help students understand past, present, current, and future changes in climate and the effects of climate change on Earth's atmospheric, hydrologic and ecologic systems.|
|Minor in Geology||Acquire advanced knowledge of geology and earth system science in addition to their major area of study area|
|Minor in Geophysics||Acquire advanced knowledge of geophysics and earth system science in addition to their major area of study area|
|Minor in Hydrology||Acquire advanced knowledge of hydrology and earth system science in addition to their major area of study area|
|Minor in Geospatial Information Analysis||Equip students to apply geospatial technologies towards solving problems with spatial elements.|