Jan 23, 2020
Advisors: Dr. Marek Matyjasik, 801-626-7726 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Program Prerequisite: None.
- Minor: Not required.
- Grade Requirements: A grade of “C-” or better in each courses required by this major in addition to a minimum cumulative GPA for all courses of 2.0.
- Credit Hour Requirements: A total of 120 credit hours are required for graduation; 77 to 82 of these are required within the major. A total of 40 upper division credit hours is required (courses numbered 3000 and above); 38 to 40 of these are required within the major.
- Program Code: 6012BS
- CIPC: 400601
All Geoscience students are required to meet with a faculty advisor (see above) at least annually for course and program advisement. Call 801-626-7139 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
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Declare your program of study (see Enrollment Services and Information ). No special admission or application requirements are needed for this program. However, students should meet with an advisor to plan and declare their program of study.
Refer to Degree Requirements for Bachelor of Science requirements. MATH 1050 or MATH 1080 is recommended for the Quantitative Literacy requirement. The following courses required for the Applied Environmental Geoscience major will also satisfy general education requirements: CHEM 1210 , GEO 1060 , GEO 1110 , PHYS 2010 , and PHYS 2210 .
Course Prefix GEO
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences uses the course prefix GEO because geo means “earth.” The prefix GEO also aids in course articulation with other colleges and universities.
Major Course Requirements for BS Degree
Earth Science Courses Required (39-40 credit hours)
Applied Geoscience Electives Required (11-12 credit hours)
Complete three (3) of the following courses:
Additional Electives Required (3 credit hours minimum)
Complete a minimum of 3 credit hours in additional upper-division Earth Science (GEO) courses (numbered 3000 and above), which could include an additional applied geoscience course listed above or another approved environmental/sustainability science course.
Support Courses Required (24-27 credit hours)
*Students planning to attend graduate school in Geology or a related geotechnical area should take PHYS 2210 -PHYS 2220 , Physics for Scientists & Engineers, instead of the General Physics series (PHYS 2010 -PHYS 2020 ).
**Students planning to attend graduate school in Geology or a related geotechnical area should also take MATH 1210 /MATH 1220 , Calculus I and II (8).
Students planning a career or advanced degree in geospatial science and technologies are encouraged to complete the Geospaticial Analysis certificate program. Students planning a career or advanced degree in geotechnical applications are encouraged to take GEO 3060 , GEO 4080 , GEO 4100 and as electives. Course work in microbiology, especially Environmental Microbiology (MICR 3484 ), is recommended for students pursuing environmental or remediation-related careers.