B.A. in Geology
Appropriate for students interested in Earth science but not necessarily intending to pursue graduate work or employment in traditional geological sciences. It is more flexible than the B.S. program and is suitable for students who are considering, for example, a double major, teaching, or fields related to, but not necessarily focused only in geological science.Learn More
B.S. in Atmospheric Sciences
Designed to prepare a graduate for professional employment as a meteorologist. With the appropriate choice of courses our graduates can satisfy the requirements for civilian employment of the Federal meteorological agencies. A new graduate may choose to continue their education in graduate school, pursue employment in the private sector, be commissioned as a meteorological officer in the Air Force or Navy or be appointed to a meteorological internship in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).Learn More
B.S. in Geology & Geophysics
Designed for students interested in pursuing graduate work or employment in areas related to geology and geophysics. The B.S. offers students a comprehensive introduction to all of the major tools, disciplines, and topics of the Earth Sciences.Learn More
B.S. in Global Environmental ScienceThe GES degree program offers a holistic, scientific approach to the study of the Earth and Earth’s integrated physical, chemical, biological, and human systems. In the course of their scientific studies, the students are able to investigate natural as well as economic, policy, and social systems and their response to, and interaction with, the Earth system. As an added benefit, GES students also conduct a faculty-mentored research project, write a thesis, and orally present their research results at a public symposium.