Academic Information

Your guide to how to become a major, minor, or to learn more about this field. Not sure if you want to study geology? Try taking our introductory courses to get a taste of what a geologist studies. The first intro course offered is Geology 103 (Environmental Geology), followed by Geology 105 (Earth History).

Program of Study Guides

 

 

 

Spring 2022 Registration 

Registration for Spring 2022 begins on Monday, November 1, 2021 by assigned entry date for all currently enrolled undergraduate students. 

Preparing Your Registration Plan

Don't wait until the last minute to begin preparing your registration plan! All Geology (GEOL) and Environmental Geosciences (GENV) majors have an advising hold each semester. Students should contact their faculty advisor for an advising appointment. Your advising hold will not be lifted until you have communicated with your advisor about your Spring 2022 plan. 

 

 

 

Majors & Minors Information

  • Fall 2021 Geology & Environmental Geosciences Student Meeting

Course Flyer Archives 

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We offer Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Geology, a new Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Geosciences, a minor in Geology, and a new minor in Geoinformatics. Students in the Honors Program can also major or minor in Geology and conduct their Bachelor's Essay with our faculty. Check out the links below for more information on the department!

Geology Student Overview

What do Geologists Do?

Geology & Environmental Geosciences Careers Statistics

Diversity in Geology

Geology Club

Internships, Scholarships & Research Opportunities