COURSE REQUIREMENTS FOR A MINOR IN EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

Students who want to minor in Earth and Environmental Sciences must take 18 credit hours, chosen with approval of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences undergraduate advisor. A maximum of 10 credit hours may be at the 100 level. EAES 200 is required. At least 9 credit hours must be taken at the 200 level or above. The courses we usually recommend are EAES 101, EAES 111, EAES 200, 230 and 285.

Earth and Environmental Sciences minors must consult the Undergraduate Advisor of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. The advisor can help you chose the courses most appropriate to fulfill your objectives and most appropriate to complement your major. Please refer to the undergraduate catalog to ensure you meet all college requirements for majors.