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This Bachelor of Science program provides both a broad-based curriculum in the liberal arts and in the Natural Sciences and a set of courses specific to geology and an environmental focus. This concentration requires several courses that cover a broad range of environmental-related topics. This degree is designed to meet the needs of those interested in graduate work in geology or environmental sciences and careers in the environmental industry that require knowledge of environment-related issues. Students are encouraged to participate in an appropriate field experience or research activity as part of their curriculum.
The approved degree plan for this program will be determined through consultation among the student, his/her advisor, and the chairperson of the Department of Natural Sciences. A minimum of 120 hours of university-level course work will be required. A maximum of 66 hours from a Junior or Community College may be approved as credit toward this degree. The Department of Natural Sciences has the following requirements for all science degrees:
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