David Barclay, chair
Bowers Hall, Room 144
Email: Nicole Shipman
School of Arts and Sciences
David Barclay, Julie Barclay, Robert Darling, Gayle Gleason, Li Jin, Christopher McRoberts
For a listing of adjunct faculty see the Faculty and Administration section.
Degrees and Minors
Bachelor of Arts in Geology
Bachelor of Science in Geology
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Geoscience
Bachelor of Science in Adolescence Education: Earth Science (7-12)
Minor in Geology
Students who major in geology may earn a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science. The major in environmental geoscience provides greater emphasis on interdisciplinary science and environmental issues, while the adolescence education program leads to qualification for initial certification as secondary school teachers of earth science. Depending on the major or concentration, geology graduates choose to either begin master's level graduate studies or find employment as geologists, hydrogeologists or earth science teachers in grades 7-12.
- Opportunities for research
- Geology Club
- Fossil, mineral, and rock collections
- Field trips
- Brauer Field Station
- Hoxie Gorge Nature Preserve
- Field and analytical instrumentation
- Degree requirements listed in this catalog apply to the majors offered by this department.
- Liberal Arts Requirements: B.A. – 90 credit hours; B.S. – 60 credit hours
CoursesAdolescence EducationEnvironmental ScienceGeologyScience, General