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  Feb 20, 2018
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Studies Bulletin (Archived Copy) [Archived Catalog]

School of the Earth, Ocean and Environment


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Carol Boggs, Director
Gwendelyn Geidel, Undergraduate Director
Joseph Quattro, Graduate Director



Overview

The School of the Earth, Ocean and Environment (SEOE) is a unit within the College of Arts and Sciences, and encompasses research and education in the geosciences, marine sciences, and environment.  Our focal academic areas span the range from the natural and social sciences to the environmental humanities.  Unification of these areas under one umbrella encourages synergistic interactions and collaborations in both research and teaching.  The Belle Baruch Institute for Marine and Coastal Sciences, and the Earth Sciences and Resources Institute are housed within the SEOE, and provide unique facilities and resources.

Interdeparmental Majors

Specific programs for students who wish to develop interdepartmental majors will be determined after consultation between the student and faculty representatives of the departments involved.

Programs

Environmental Science, B.S.  
Environmental Studies, B.A.  
Geological Sciences, B.S.  
Geophysics, B.S.  
Marine Science, B.S. 
Environmental Studies Minor  
Geological Sciences Minor  
Geophysics Minor  
Marine Science Minor  

Courses  

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