Ball State’s minor in environmental geology focuses on linking geological science with real-world environmental applications. If your major is in a field such as natural resources, environmental management, geography, biology, chemistry, architecture, or landscape architecture, this program is ideal for you. Our graduates often pursue careers in the environmental industry and related government agencies.
A minor in environmental geology consists of 21 credits with emphasis on understanding the full spectrum of environmental issues in geology.
Coursework includes such topics as:
- climate change
- soil resources
- and more
For a complete list of all courses and their descriptions, please see our Course Catalog.
How to Enroll
Please contact the Chair of the Department of Environment, Geology, and Natural Resources to enroll.