Henrique Momm, Chair
Aber, Abolins, Brown, J. Collins, L. Collins, Cribb, El Kadiri, Hass, Lobegeier
Courses in the Department of Geosciences are designed to meet the General Education needs of all students, to broaden their knowledge of the physical environment, to enhance their cultural development, and to provide a solid foundation for those planning to enter fields in which geoscience knowledge is essential.
The department offers programs leading to a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Environmental Science and a major in Geoscience with concentrations in Physical Geography and Geology. To provide the student with maximum opportunities for career preparation, the two Geoscience concentrations are subdivided into five career paths: physical geography and geospatial analysis within the Physical Geography concentration; and geology, earth science, and earth science for teachers within the Geology concentration. Proper selection of courses will permit a student to work as a professional in a chosen area, pursue graduate studies, or be licensed to teach.
Minors include Environmental Science, Geology/Earth Science, Geospatial Analysis, and Physical Geography.
The department offers a M.S. in Geosciences and minors in Physical Geography and Earth Science/Geology at the graduate level. The list of available courses offered can be found in the Graduate Catalog.