Earth Science B.S. is focused on training students in Earth Systems Science. Students will learn about Earth’s interconnected physical systems/processes and issues in human-environment interactions like soil degradation, natural hazards, climate change, and natural resource management.
Earth Science Teaching (5-12) provides students with the background knowledge and training to acquire teaching licensure in the state of Minnesota in Earth and Space Science.
Anthropology is the study of what makes us human. Anthropologists take different approaches to understand how humans interact with each other and the world around them. Anthropology careers include work in community organizations, museums, and government agencies, among others.
Geography studies the interactions between people and our environment, and it uses cutting-edge geospatial technologies to solve real-world problems. Geospatial technologies provide students with skills in high demand in the workforce.
GESP Certificate is focused on providing a basic training for students interested in surficial processes (e.g. river and drainage basin/watershed science, soil formation and degradation, landslides/mass wasting, glaciers, wind erosion and deposition, weathering) and landforms/landscape evolution.