The Geology Department offers two degrees, the Bachelor of Science and the Bachelor of Arts.
In addition, students majoring in geology have opportunities to conduct undergraduate research, study abroad and attend professional meetings.
A major in geology leading to a Bachelor of Science degree is recommended for students pursuing graduate school or employment in geology and consists of at least 57 credits. A four year schedule would ideally be as follows:
A major in geology leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree is recommended for students interested in careers outside of science, including business, law, or policy and requires 36 credits. The same sort of rationale to developing a schedule underlies the B. A. Geology Major program as does the B. S. Geology Major, but more Chemistry and Physics are not required.