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The courses you will take in Wright State’s Bachelor of Arts in Earth and Environmental Sciences, Earth Sciences Concentration program combine lecture, lab, and field experiences. Study geology and the broader earth sciences, with subject matter that includes water, soils, and atmosphere. You can supplement required courses with a broad sampling of other courses or to earn an additional credentials such as a second major, a minor, or a certificate program.
View the Earth and Environmental Sciences program profile for sample occupations, average salary, and employment projections.
View Bachelor of Arts in Earth and Environmental Sciences, Earth Sciences Concentration program information, degree requirements, and graduation planning strategy in the Academic Catalog.
What is the difference between concentrations?
Bachelor of Arts in Earth and Environmental Sciences, Earth Sciences Concentration—Many professional earth scientists work to protect natural resources, including water and environments. Professional earth scientists also explore for new resources such as oil, gas, and minerals.
Bachelor of Arts in Earth and Environmental Sciences, Life Science/Earth Science Education Concentration—This concentration is designed for students planning careers as high school (adolescent/young adult) teachers.
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