The minor in Geoscience provides instruction in the core concepts and principal methods of investigation in the study of the Earth. This course of study complements a major in anthropology, biological sciences, chemistry, civil engineering, ecology and evolutionary biology, environmental engineering, environmental science, environmental studies, geography, marine sciences, natural resources, or physics.
Students wishing to complete the minor in Geoscience must take at least 15 credits of 2000-level and above Geoscience courses.
A maximum of three credits of 2000-level and above courses from other departments or programs may be used to fulfill requirements of the minor, but only with the written pre-approval of the coordinator of the minor.
Credits from internship and independent study courses cannot be used to satisfy the requirements of the minor.
The minor is offered by the Department of Geosciences.