The minor in environmental Earth sciences is designed with a two-course geology core as background to an interdisciplinary course of study. The minor is freestanding and is not intended to lead to a major. Instead, it should provide an excellent and substantive background for students heading into the environmental field from other disciplines. The minor is not suitable for a student majoring or minoring in the Earth sciences or environmental Earth sciences. The Roy M. Huffington Department of Earth Sciences is responsible for administration of this minor.
Requirements for the Minor
A minimum of 17 credit hours, to be selected from the following, with at least nine credit hours at the 3000 level and above: