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Bachelor of Science
Environmental Geoscience (B.S.)
Students learn to manage and protect the environment, analyze and develop solutions to environmental problems, and understand potential environmental hazards and impacts.
Structural Geology Lab
Preserve the Environment
Students take courses related to environmental studies in geology and biology. They discuss the reoccurring issues that press on the environment such as increased demand for natural resources and the impact of natural hazards on populations.

Students prepare to enter a career where they are able to use their scientific knowledge to help clean polluted areas, advise policymakers, or work with industries to reduce waste and follow regulations. Students are prepared to work as an environmental technician or to attend graduate school in Environmental Science or Resource Management.

Highlighted Career Paths

Graduates with a degree in Environmental Geoscience have a wide array of rewarding careers before them. Check out some of the top careers students get with this degree or explore more career options in I-Plan.
Environmental Technician
Work with industry or government agencies to care for the environment, influence policy, follow regulations, or mitigate natural hazards.
Environmental or Natural Resource Lawyer
Advise and defend businesses and the government regarding regulations related to clean water, clean air, global warming, and land use. This career requires additional schooling.

Getting Started in this degree

If you are interested in Environmental Geoscience, start with one of the following major-specific courses

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