Bachelor’s in Environmental Geosciences – Concord University
The Environmental Geosciences degree program is designed to prepare students for scientific careers or graduate study in geology and/or environmental science. The degree requires successful completion of 120 semester hours, including: (1) the Program of General Studies (a foreign language is recommended but not required); (2) the multidisciplinary Core Requirements in geology, chemistry, and mathematics and (3) one of the three elective concentrations listed below (8-16 hours). Students interested in graduate study in geology should complete the Physical Sciences option since most graduate programs will require one year of chemistry, one year of physics, and one year of calculus; many will also require a foreign language.
Geography and Geographic Information Systems
Ecology and Life Sciences