Geoengineering deals with the discovery, development, and environmentally responsible production of surface and subsurface earth resources.
Our geoengineering program builds on a strong foundation of mathematics, chemistry, and physics, with courses in both civil engineering and earth sciences, to prepare students for careers in the intersection between natural and built structure.
Geoengineering majors can pursue one of three tracks: Geoenvironmental, Geofluids, or Georesources
Students graduating with degrees in geoengineering may pursue careers in
What can I do with a major in Geoengineering? (PDF)
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