The EOS Major

Why major in EOS?

We are living in a new geological epoch called the Anthropocene, defined as that period of recent geological history during which humans not only became important players in the Earth’s ecosystem but the dominant species on the planet.  Homo sapiens have risen to be a planet-shaping force, purposely and inadvertently modifying our planet’s environment.  Too often with …

Undergraduate Program Team

If you have questions about Earth and Ocean Sciences at Duke University, you can contact either the EOS Co-Director of Undergraduate Studies, Emily Klein, the EOS Co-Director of Undergraduate Studies Alexander Glass, or the Undergraduate Program Coordinator, Amy Kirkland Here is a complete listing of the NSOE Undergraduate Team: Emily Klein Professor, Chair, and Co-Director of …

The B.S. in EOS

The Bachelor of Science in Earth and Ocean Science is designed to serve as a primary major for students who are seeking a future career in the earth sciences. This includes academia, industry, government laboratories, research institutes, NGOs, and K-12 Education. The B.S. curriculum thoroughly prepares students for graduate work in the earth sciences, including …

The A.B. in EOS

WARNING: If you matriculated at Duke starting before Fall of 2015, the A.B. as no co-requisites – this does not affect students who matriculated IN OR AFTER Fall of 2015.  See your DUS for details. The bachelor of arts in earth and ocean sciences is designed for those students who wish to have a fundamental …

The Minor in EOS

The minor in Earth and Ocean Sciences is a great science complement to a primary major in the arts and humanities or another science.  Our minors are often biology, public policy, environmental science, cultural anthropology, or evolutionary anthropology majors. For EOS course descriptions click here. This line is empty EOS 101 The Dynamic Earth ——————-or …

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