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Degrees in Earth and Environmental Systems

The purpose of this program is to deliver a multidisciplinary education with environmental geosciences as a foundation while 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.

Please contact the Earth and Environmental Systems undergraduate advisor, Sarah Godsey, to learn more about these degrees. 

Bachelor of Science in Earth and Environmental Systems

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

B.S. in EES required courses

Bachelor of Science in Earth and Environmental Systems, Geospatial Systems Track

Upper division geotechnologies courses in Geosciences and History, with supporting courses in Mathematics and social sciences.

B.S. EES Geospatial systems track required courses

Bachelor of Arts in Earth and Environmental Systems

Interdisciplinary coursework in Political Science, History, Economics, Sociology, Anthropology, and Philosophy.

B.A. in EES required courses

Major Academic Plans (MAP) is a 4 year example degree plan for each Earth and Environmental degree shown above.