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Geosciences, B.S.

 
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Learn about the processes that shape the planet in our program.

DEGREE:

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

DELIVERY:

Face-to-Face

LOCATION:

Morehead

TIME REQUIRED:

4 Years

 

What You’ll Learn in geology and earth systems science

Learn the knowledge and real-world skills to become a successful Geoscientist. You’ll have numerous hands-on learning opportunities observing conditions in a wide range of ecosystems by conducting local and regional fieldwork and advanced geospatial and resource modeling, with additional opportunities to travel to national and international geological sites.

What You Can Do with a geology and earth systems science Degree

You’ll be prepared for careers in a wide range of industries, including water management, contaminant remediation, environmental monitoring, geologic surveys and 3D modeling (as a GIS Analyst), natural resource exploration, or to continue your education in graduate school.

GEOLOGY OPTION

This option is for students who want to pursue workforce readiness or advanced study of geology in graduate school.

This option is for students who want to pursue advanced study of geology in graduate school.

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This option offers a Bachelor of Science in Geology and a secondary education teaching certificate.

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Admission to geology and earth systems science

You must be accepted to study at MSU to enroll in the geology and earth systems science program. 

MSU Admission Requirements 

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Research Opportunities

Morehead State students have numerous opportunities to actively participate in academic research as early as their freshman year through our Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program.

Learn about research opportunities

Contact Us

Dr. Eric Jerde, Chair

123 Lappin Hall
Morehead, KY 40351

EMAIL: e.jerde@moreheadstate.edu
PHONE: 606-783-5406