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Environmental Geosciences

College of Geosciences

This Environmental Geosciences degree program provides a solid foundation in the study of Earth and the natural sciences while incorporating background in public policy issues and the social sciences. You will learn how Planet Earth works by studying the interactions between the solid Earth, surface sediments, the world’s Oceans and Atmosphere, and the contemporary dynamic processes at the Earth’s surface. The curriculum also focuses on the study of contemporary environmental issues.

The B.S. Environmental Geosciences degree program includes courses from all four of the Colleges departments – Atmospheric Sciences, Geography, Geology & Geophysics, and Oceanography. It allows you to follow an interdisciplinary theme in your junior and senior years focusing on one of the following:
- Biosphere
- Climate Change
- Coastal and Marine Environments
- Human Impact on the Environment
- Water

Environmental Geosciences

College of Geosciences

This Environmental Geosciences degree program provides a solid foundation in the study of Earth and the natural sciences while incorporating background in public policy issues and the social sciences. You will learn how Planet Earth works by studying the interactions between the solid Earth, surface sediments, the world’s Oceans and Atmosphere, and the contemporary dynamic processes at the Earth’s surface. The curriculum also focuses on the study of contemporary environmental issues.

The B.S. Environmental Geosciences degree program includes courses from all four of the Colleges departments – Atmospheric Sciences, Geography, Geology & Geophysics, and Oceanography. It allows you to follow an interdisciplinary theme in your junior and senior years focusing on one of the following:
- Biosphere
- Climate Change
- Coastal and Marine Environments
- Human Impact on the Environment
- Water