The Department of Geosciences offers a Bachelor of Arts (the only Natural Science Bachelors of Arts on the campus) and a Bachelor of Science with an available option in Environmental Geology.
Students who like science but do not expect to make a career as a geologist will be interested in the Bachelors of Arts. Employers will find your technical background in a science major a definite plus. You might want to think about a Bachelors of Arts in Geology with a minor in Business Studies. It is a great undergraduate combination.
The Bachelors of Science is the right degree if you want to work as a professional geologist or environmental scientist.
We'll give you the background for solving real problems in graduate school and the workplace.
Geosciences adds 3D printing to its teaching resources!
Welcome new and returning students for the Fall 2015 Semester!
COAS Distinguished Lecturer
Benjamin Dattilo Associate Professor of Geology, Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne, will be the COAS Distinguished Lecturer April 17, 2015. Event information.
Students in the lab
The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette highlights the Geosciences Department's achievements in self sustainability efforts through collaboration with local businesses enabling the modernization of laboratory equipment for research and education.