Our Bachelor of Science Degree in Geosciences prepares students for careers and graduate study in geological, hydrological, geoinformatics and atmospheric science fields, and is founded on a background in physical sciences.
This track encompasses the study of the history, structure and composition of the Earth, mineral and water resources, natural disasters and environmental concerns. It prepares students for careers in professional geology.
This track adds meteorological and climatological dimensions to the basic background across the earth sciences. Students who complete this track meet undergraduate coursework requirements for professional certification by the American Meteorological Society.
The Geoinformatics major is designed to provide mastery in geospatial data acquisition, analysis, modeling, and computational techniques and includes techniques such as cartography, computer modeling, geodesy, geophysics, global navigation systems, remote sensing and spatial analysis. It prepares students to gain professional credentials such as GISP Certified GIS Professional certification.
College to Career
- Florida licensed professional geologist
- Geologist in private consulting and resource industries
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analyist
- Remote Sensing Analyist
- GISP Certified GIS Professional certification
- Graduate studies
- Meteorologist in government or industry