Prospective Graduate Students
The Department of Geology offers graduate degrees at the M.S. and Ph.D. levels. Our departmental research interests are wide-ranging and include these research areas. Our faculty and students are engaged in research in diverse settings, including Italy, Kamchatka, the Bahamas, the Antilles, the Cordillera, as well as in the southeast. Learn more about our current program or click here for application and funding information.
For further information contact:
Dr. Sue Goldstein, Graduate Coordinator
Ashley Arnold, Graduate Coordinator Assistant
Prospective Undergraduate Students
The Geology Department offers a broad curriculum that prepares students for more advanced graduate study in the geosciences and for employment immediately after graduation. Most of our students go on to graduate school or directly enter careers in environmental, mining, and petroleum. Our undergraduate program is hands-on, with opportunities for field work and undergraduate research. For many students, the highlight of their undergraduate experience is the department's six-week summer field school based in Canon City, Colorado. Click on the above Undergraduate Students link above for information about our current program or to learn more and contact an advsior.