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Advanced Study of Geology

Explore the geological processes of the earth, the effect of erosion and deposition, and the formation and uses of rocks and minerals to prepare for your career as a geoscientist. Learn methods for locating, preserving and protecting natural resources and focus your studies on general geology, hydrology, resource exploration, structural geology and tectonics or geological education.

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Department of Geological Sciences

Physical Address:
McClure Hall 203

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive, MS 3022
Moscow, ID 83844-3022

Phone: 208-885-6192


Web: Geological Sciences