"Header" Home Majors UC Campuses CSU Campuses California Community Colleges Course Articulation

About This Page

This page displays information about the major you selected and helps you identify the community colleges where you can fulfill major preparation requirements.

University Majors

California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo
Environmental Earth and Soil Sciences B.S. - Conc. In Geology

The B.S. degree in Environmental Earth & Soil Sciences provides a strong foundation for understanding the natural environment and improving the utilization and stewardship of land, water, and atmospheric resources. The program emphasizes the application of a wide range of disciplines in environmental science. The core of the earth and soil sciences curriculum is composed of geology, geography, soil science, and basic science courses and is strengthened by a diverse array of related topical and technical specializations in climate change studies, environmental mitigation strategies, environmental policy and management, forest and environmental practices, geospatial technology, hydrology, soil geotechnical studies, sustainable agriculture, and urban forestry. The program furnishes students with the marketable expertise to assess, manage, restore, and improve the fragile relationship between humans and their habitats while acquiring a well-rounded education in the environmental sciences. In addition, graduates can meet the educational requirements for professional certification in erosion and sediment control, hydrology, soil conservation, soil science, and provide ideal preparation for graduate school in a number of related disciplines.

  Click here to read more about this major on the campus web site.
  CSU GE-Breadth/IGETC recommended for this major? Yes
Click here to learn more about CSU GE-Breadth.
Click here to learn more about IGETC for CSU.

Choose a California Community College to see course articulation information related to this major at this and nearby community colleges.



ASSIST HomeExploring Majors Home  |  Majors  |  UC Campuses  |  CSU Campuses  |  Community Colleges  |  Course Articulation