The Geology Concentration
B.S. in Environmental Earth & Soil Sciences: Geology Concentration
Geology Concentration Overview
The Geology Concentration of the B.S. degree in Environmental Earth & Soil Sciences provides a complete course of study in geology. The curriculum can qualify your educational background for becoming a Professional Geologist in the workplace (other work experience requirements exist), or qualify you for graduate programs in geology or other aspects of earth sciences. To pursue the geology concentration, incoming students apply to the Environmental Earth and Soil Sciences B.S. program (EESS) and select the Geology Concentration. Students already in the general EESS program can select to pursue the Geology Concentration at any time.
List of Geology Concentration Specific Courses
Gateway to the Geology Concentration
The full Geology Concentration curriculum (of the Environmental Earth and Soil Sciences B.S. degree program) is below.
The key to taking the upper-division geology courses (in the above spreadsheet) courses is completion of the following (ideally in the first two years):
GEOL 201 (Physical Geology) and GEOL 241 (Physical Geology Laboratory)
ERSC 223 (Rocks and Minerals) and SS 120 (Soil Science)
MATH 141/142 (Calculus I and II), PHYS 141 (Physics I), and STAT 218