The Boone Pickens School of Geology prepares students for geoscientist careers in industry and government and for advanced studies in geology by teaching the skills to interpret the history of the Earth and other terrestrial planets as well as the processes that shape them. This study increases awareness of the interaction between Earth processes and environment to benefit society through the identification of natural resources, understanding the causes and consequences of environmental change, and the recognition To learn more, click this link to the Boone Pickens School of Geology web site.
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|Finish in Four|
To help you meet the goal of graduating in four years, our Finish in Four plans show you a typical sequence of courses to complete your degree.
BS in Geology - Secondary Teacher Certificate - Earth/Space
BS in Geology - Secondary Teacher Certification - Physical Science
| Earn a Minor in Geology
Find out more about earning a Minor in Geology by reviewing our Minor Requirements.
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|Meet our Faculty|
One of our greatest assets is our faculty who are nationally recognized and widely published. If you would like to know a little bit about each, visit
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Geology Department 105Noble Research Center