The B.S. in Geo-Environmental Studies is a flexible, interdisciplinary program that allows students to meet their needs in earth-centered studies. The major provides a base from multiple sciences that is important in understanding the geosciences in an environmental context. Students can choose to concentrate on geology or geography or a mix. The degree has two tracks to choose from, a geoscience track and a geography track.
Geography and Geology both offer minors and academic concentrations. An Earth Science Education major is offered through the School of Education.
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