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Geomorphology Minor (16 Credits, 9 unique to minor)

The study of earth surface processes and landforms which applies principles of physics, chemistry, hydrology and sedimentology to understand earth surface landscapes. Geomorphologists use computer programs like geographic information systems to analyze, explain, and evaluate the geologic nature of earth surface environments.

Required Courses

  • EES 424 Glacial and Quaternary Geology1
  • EES 440 Process Geomorphology1

(Choose one below)

  • EES 336 Applied Hydrogeochemistry
  • EES 342 Advanced Geographic Information Systems
  • EES 480 Independent Study in Earth Science2

Minor Electives (Choose remaining credit hours from below)

  • CSC 110 Introduction to Computing and Problem Solving
  • CSC 215 Introduction to Web Development
  • CSC 249 Visual Basic
  • CSC 251 Databases and Web
  • CHE 320 Quantitative Chemical Analysis
  • CHE 480 Independent Study in Chemistry2
  • EES 300+ Additional EES classes appropriate to minor
  • MAT 216 Statistical Data Analysis
  • MAT 244 Calculus II with Technology
  • MAT 315 Mathematical Statistics I

1: EES 224 (Landform Analysis) is a prerequisite for these courses.
2: Requires a faculty supervisor, topic must be appropriate for minor.