Geosciences students get career-oriented jobs. Within 5 years, the typical graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Geosciences makes around $60,000/year.
Geosciences encompasses the study of the social and physical processes of the Earth. We examine some of the most pressing environmental problems of our day, such as climate change, the future of energy, and the interactions between people and their environments.
Students earning the Bachelor of Arts in Geosciences degree in Geosciences must choose one of two concentrations in either Geography or Urban Studies.
Students earning the Bachelor of Science in Geosciences must choose one of four concentrations: Geology, Environmental Geosciences, Geography, or Urban Studies.
The Dual Degree Program is designed for high-achieving Georgia State undergraduate students majoring in Geosciences and allows students to complete both their Bachelor's and Master's degrees in just five years. Students are able to take graduate-level courses as they complete their undergraduate degree.
With a careful selection of electives and courses in your major, you can earn an undergraduate certificate in Geographic Information Systems, Sustainability, and Water Science.