Bachelor of Arts

The Department of Earth Sciences offers a Bachelor of Arts program at the Undergraduate level with several concentration tracks. Our undergraduate program provides the perfect spring board for job opportunities in education, government, earth and environmental professions, and earth science research, as well as preparing the student for graduate school. Professional job positions in earth sciences generally require at least a master's degree for full advancement opportunities. More Information

The Department of Earth Sciences offers one certificate and three graduate program options:

GIS Certificate

Requires completion of 12 credits hours Learn More

Master of Arts in Earth Sciences

Non-thesis track that requires completion of a research project or internship and 36 credit hours. About the MA

Master of Science in Earth Sciences

Requires completion of a thesis and 32 credit hours. Concentrations are offered in Archeology, Geography, Geology, Geophysics, and Interdisciplinary Studies. About the MS

Doctor of Philosophy in Earth Sciences

Requires completion of a dissertation and 72 total post-baccalaureate credit hours. About the Doctorate Program

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Undergraduate Courses

Graduate Courses