The preprofessional program in environmental geology is designed to provide you with broad training in preparation for a career in conservation, natural resource management, land-use planning, or environmental quality control. In most instances, you should anticipate further training at the graduate level. Consult with the undergraduate advisor in the Department of Geological Sciences before planning your schedule of coursework.
Listed below are the Environmental Geology program requirements (73 credit hours). General Education requirements (A&S and Tier II) are not shown here although students completing this program will automatically meet the A&S Natural Science and the University Tier III requirements.