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California State University, Stanislaus
Geology B.S.

The Department of Physics, Physical Sciences, and Geology offers undergraduate curricula leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in geology. The program consists of required courses plus electives to meet the needs of students who are preparing for employment in geology and for admission to graduate study in geology.
The department also offers a degree minor in geology. A concentration in Earth Sciences for the Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Studies (see Liberal Studies section of the catalog) is available.
The Bachelor of Science degree in geology is designed to provide the kind of comprehensive background required for students who wish to seek additional training in graduate and/or professional schools. A concentration in Applied Geology serves as professional preparation for employment in fields such as exploration geologist, hydrogeologist, engineering geologist, environmentalist, and park naturalist.
Students interested in a single subject credential in the sciences with a concentration in Geoscience should see the Teaching Credential section of Geology for more information.

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