Bs in geology in Indiana university bloomington
The B.S. degree in Geological Sciences is designed to prepare students to become professional earth scientists, as well as to attend graduate school for further advanced training. We require 34 credit hours of geological science courses including field training in Montana (G429). We also require 32 hours of course work in closely related Allied Sciences and Mathematics (ASandM), including course work in each of chemistry, physics, and math. Many students elect to apply these credits toward a minor in these fields.
Diploma from an accredited high school, GPA on transcript, 200-400 words essay on academic and career plans and any special interest, IELTS/TOEFL for nonnative English Speakers
Environmental Geologist, Meteorologist, Mineralogist, Paleontologist, Petrologist, Academics, Researcher