Geological Engineering BS
Geological engineers develop and conserve natural resources in ways useful to humankind. The geological engineering (GEOE) bachelor of science curriculum focuses on fundamentals of engineering, geology, and geological engineering with strong field and technical design components.
Course requirements emphasize professional competency in the areas of ground water, environmental site planning and natural hazards, geomechanics and geotechnics, and fuels or minerals.
The engineering design experience includes a two-semester capstone sequence that builds upon and integrates previous coursework to prepare GEOE graduates for the professional practice of geological engineering. Students majoring in GEOE will earn an ABET-accredited BS degree.
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