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Bachelor of Science|Bachelor of Arts in Earth & Environmental Systems

 Students on seminar trip fall of 2013

The purpose of this program is to deliver a multidisciplinary education with environmental geosciences as a foundation while also drawing upon existing courses from a diverse array of campus programs. The emphases in this program is to span local to global concerns. Core knowledge is developed through a set of required courses across several disciplines, emphasizing the Geosciences, and through required and elective core courses.  You must choose one track from the following list of 3 (at least 21 credits) to complete the B.S. or B.A. degree in Earth and Environmental Systems.

Choose one of three tracks:

BS in Environmental Systems: Upper division courses emphasizing environmental aspects of Geosciences and Biological Sciences, with supporting courses in Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and social sciences.

BS in Geospatial Systems: Upper division geotechnologies courses in Geosciences and History, with supporting courses in Mathematics and social sciences.

BA in Environmental Systems: Interdisciplinary coursework in Political Science, History, Economics, Sociology, Anthropology, and Philosophy

B.S. Environmental Systems Track

B.S. Geospatial Systems Track

B.A. Environmental Systems Track