Petroleum and pipeline industry, mining and mineral industry, federal and state educational organizations, geospatial consulting companies, museum staff, paleontology laboratory staff, government agencies
• A grade of “C” or better is required in ALL Geology courses.
1 Students who meet criteria set by the Department of Mathematics may register for MATH 270 upon entry. Those who do not meet these qualifications must take MATH 143. Students are advised to complete this course in the summer semester prior to freshman year. NOTE: Most graduate programs and many professional careers require the second calculus course. 2 With approval of the Geology Program, TWO of the following may be substituted for MATH 301: STAT 427G, STAT 428G, or ENVS 455G and ENVS 464G provided that the student satisfies core curriculum requirements by taking six credit hours of mathematics.