Degrees and Programs
The Bachelor of Science in Geology prepares students for employment in petroleum geology, mineral exploration, land-use planning, environmental assessment, hydrology, and engineering geology, or for teaching earth science or physical science at the secondary level.
The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences offers an interdisciplinary approach to the natural sciences with an emphasis on biology, chemistry, and geology. This degree is designed for students interested in areas such as pollution abatement, water resources, ecosystem protection, restoration, or management.
The Master of Science program provides a graduate degree for students who want to work in industry or government on the professional level, for students who want to teach earth science in junior college, or for students who wish to pursue further graduate study.
Our applied geology option specializes in engineering geology, hydrogeology, or exploration geology fields, which have the strongest employment potential.
Evaluation Rubrics for Graduate Students
- Rubric Process - Thesis
- Rubric 1 - Thesis Proposal
- Rubric 2 - Oral Progress Report
- Rubric 3 - Written Thesis
- Rubric 4 - Nominate Best Grad Student
- Rubric 5 - Oral Defense