The 2017-2018 catalog has a total of 5 majors: Geology, Earth Science Education, Geospatial Computing, Environmental Geoscience, and GeoBusiness and Data Analytics. See the updated catalog. Here is an overview of the current degrees offered:

B.S. in Geology


The B.S. degree in Geology is for students who want to be a professional geologist or for those who have an interest in the earth but want a different professional career (e.g., environmental law, medicine, business, geo-economics, and so on). B.S. in Geology

B.S. in Earth Science Education


The B.S. degree in Earth Science Education is for students who want a career in a secondary school teaching about Earth’s place in the universe and about Earth’s geology, environments, oceans, and weather. B.S. in Earth Science Education

B.S. in Geospatial Computing


The B.S. degree in Geoscience Computing is for students who want to use computer science or GIS to solve spatial or quantitative problems about Earth’s complex systems and its distribution of resources, environments, and hazards. B.S. Geospatial Computing

B.S. in Environmental Geoscience


The B.S. degree in Environmental Geoscience is for students who want a career planning for and managing the environment, working with environmental policies, or studying environmental hazards and impacts. B.S. in Environmental Geoscience

B.S. in GeoBusiness and Data Analytics

The B.S. degree in GeoBusiness and Data Analytics is for students who are interest in the business side of energy, mining, or environmental sectors and want to use technology to help businesses analyze "big data" to make decisions.