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A Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Science, Geology or Oceanography opens the door to an unusually large number of career options.

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A masters or Ph.D. in these disciplines will enable the graduate to have a career in a wide variety of fields such as research, academia, engineering/consulting, geohydrology, seismology, volcanology, geophysics, glaciology, and economic geology (ore and hydrocarbon deposits), to name a few. Geology and Earth Sciences are offered as majors at UC and CSU. Requirements vary from campus to campus. See a counselor and consult the Catalog links to the left for more specific information.

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Chair: David Schwartz
Phone: 831.479.6495
Location: Room 705C
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