Earth & Environmental Sciences at Susquehanna University

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Susquehanna’s earth and environmental sciences program links the study of hydrology, soil science, geology and meteorology to explore how Earth’s systems work and how humans impact those systems.

Students work in the natural environment as well as the classroom and may find themselves knee-deep in the nearby Susquehanna River or hiking in Death Valley, Calif.

Graduates work as wetland scientists, environmental consultants, wastewater specialists, naturalists, teachers, lawyers ... the list of options is as varied as student interests. Students also attend graduate school in hydrology, geology, atmospheric science, environmental engineering and environmental law.

Major

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Minor

Earth and Environmental Sciences



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