Earth science is the study of the processes that control the flow of matter and energy in the solid earth, atmosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere as they evolve through time.

By studying earth science with us as an undergraduate, you'll learn how to identify and quantify these processes as they shape our planet, and how to investigate the formation and evolution of other objects in the solar system, such as planets, moons, asteroids, comets and dust. You'll also learn how to look for, develop and responsibly manage minerals, energy and environmental resources, and how to safeguard against geohazards and help overcome environmental challenges such as global climate change.

You can study earth science within majors and extended majors of a number of our undergraduate degree programs.