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Our mission is to provide challenging programs in the geosciences adapted not only to the needs of undergraduate majors, but also non-majors seeking to gain a greater understanding of Earth and planetary environments and resources. Our focus is on the geological interpretation and proper utilization of knowledge of materials, surface and internal features, dynamic processes, and developmental histories of Earth and other planetary bodies.
Teaching and research are concentrated in the following areas: environmental studies, hydrogeology, geological engineering, sedimentary geology, field mapping, paleontology, surface processes, petrology, geochemistry, planetary geology, geophysics, and tectonics.
We offer challenging programs leading to the following degrees. Click the pertinent link to read degree requirements and course descriptions from the UND catalog (UND Registrar's web site).
Minor in Geology
B.S. in Earth Science
B.S. in Geology
B.S. in Geology with Teacher Certification
B.S. in Environmental Geoscience
Current degree requirements may not always be reflected in the UND Registrar's online catalog. Students should obtain advisement from faculty advisors in their home departments.
Get a B.S. and an M.S. in Geology in just 5 years.