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Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science
Contact Name 
Anne Egger
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​​​​​​Geoscientists provide critical insight for preparing for and reducing the risks associated with climate change, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, landslides, and changes in water and mineral resource availability.


Through all of the degree programs in geology, you will gain real-world experience in the field, in the laboratory, and in computation. You will have opportunities to conduct mentored research with faculty, starting early to build your skills for independent research. Our faculty and staff will help you develop the skills necessary for a successful career as a geoscientist, which are in high demand and where you can make a difference.

Why this program 

Throughout the courses and degrees in Geological Sciences at CWU, you will work closely with faculty and other students in real-world field and laboratory settings.  Our faculty are dedicated teachers and scholars. The department is housed in Discovery Hall, which includes the Murdock Research Lab, an ice core lab, an interactive rock garden, and excellent classroom facilities built to facilitate engaged learning.





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geology, geological, science

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