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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 but not limited to fields such as geology, physical oceanography, climatology, hydrology, and environmental sciences.

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Prerequisites BSChemistry 21L and 22L or 101L and 201DL or 210DL

Math 111 and 112L or equivalent
Physics 141L or equivalent
_________________________________________.Biology 202L

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EOS 101 The Dynamic Earth
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EOS 102 The Dynamic Ocean
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EOS 201 The Solid Earth: Minerals
EOS 202 Atmosphere and Ocean Dynamics
EOS 203S The Surface of the Earth
EOS 204 The Evolving Earth and Life
_________________________________________.EOS 365 Introduction to Weather and Climate
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Field Experience BSThis line is empty
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Electives BSThis line is empty
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Up to two non-EOS courses from STEM-related fields, as approved by the Director of Undergraduate Studies, can be substituted as electives.
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