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Environmental Geology Minor

As environmental stewardship becomes an increasingly important aspect of all career paths, the "Environmental Geology" minor complements and enhances a wide range of majors. Students interested in the Earth and the environment are invited to consider this rewarding and challenging minor.

The "Environmental Geology" minor is open to undergraduate students within all majors (except full Geology majors). The curriculum requires 19 - 20 semester hours within the courses listed below. Note that some of these courses also have chemistry and math prerequisites.

For further information about the Environmental Geology Minor, contact any Geosciences faculty member. The form for recording completion of the minor is available here.

Course #: Course Name:  S.H.:
                           Geology 105             Physical Geology      3
Geology 105L              Physical Geology Laboratory              1
Geology 300 Environmental Geology      3
Geology 412 Geomorphology      3
Geology 414 Hydrogeology      3
Geology 428 Geochemistry      3

Geology 413
Geology 440

Glacial Geology
Quaternary Biology


    19 - 20

A form to declare your minor is available at the Office of Registration & Records

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