Are you a potential major?
EENS 3100 Geomorphology students taking measurements of stream velocity in the Bogue Falaya River.
Are you intrigued by our planet Earth, enjoy solving mysteries, love the outdoors, and want to make a difference in our environmental future? The Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences offers the following:
- A wide range of courses from the traditional geology courses on rocks, fossils and minerals to courses on coastal environment, natural disasters, river systems, sedimentary environments, and so forth.
- Field trips to local and regional areas of interest which provide on-sight learning and enhance concepts being presented in class.
- Undergraduate research, where students are encouraged to work with faculty. Such research may be taken for credit or may lead to a completion of a senior thesis.
- Access to many labs including physical geology, earth history, mineralogy, environmental analysis and our own computer lab loaded with the latest software. We also have a GeoWall, a 3d steroscopic visualization used for geoscience research.