Geology 150, or Geol 160 and 151, or one course from Geol 110-115 and 151 plus a minimum of 15 additional semester hours in geology, chosen in consultation with and approved by a Geology faculty adviser. The student must demonstrate the relevance of the courses elected to the design of the overall curricular program.
Suggestions for Environmental Focus
A student who plans to pursue a career in environmental studies should take Geol 150 Physical Geology or Geol 160 Environmental Geology, Geol 170B, Geol 291 Spatial Analysis in the Natural Sciences, and Geol 315 Watershed Hydrology. A student seeking a more scientific program in environmental studies should consult with the Geology Department Chair or other Geology faculty about additional courses and a possible major or minor in geology with an environmental focus.