Environmental Geosciences and Restoration
Environmental Geosciences and Restoration reflects the national trend toward the increasing prominence of environmental geosciences, including life sciences and biogeochemistry, in environmental restoration. It integrates earth and life sciences to a much greater degree than any current ENSP concentration; and links the emerging discipline of environmental restoration with core sciences so that students are well-prepared for employment and graduate school.
This concentration is sponsored by the Department of Geology within the College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences.
|DEGREE REQUIREMENTS - Environmental Geosciences and Restoration (pdf.)|
Dr. John Merck
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