Environmental Science Minor

Required Courses
One of:
Choose 11 credit hours (9 MUST be 3000 level or above):

Where Are Our Undergraduates Now?

Alison Graab, BS EAS 2008

Alison is currently working as an Attorney in the Energy and Environmental Group at Sutherland in Washington DC.




Undergraduate Alumnus - Melissa LeFevre

In an ongoing series, we are taking a look back at some of our graduates of the EAS Undergraduate Program to gain some insight into their experiences at the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.

Transferring to EAS

If you would like to discuss the possibility of transferring to the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, or career options in EAS-related disciplines, please contact Dr. Zachary Handlos or  Dr. Samantha Wilson for an appointment or information.

Academic Advising

Academic advisors in EAS are here to help answer questions and help you get the most of your time at Tech. 

Dr. Zachary Handlos 
Available for all course and career planning - Students Last Names A-L

Research for Credit or Pay

For credit:

  • For each credit hour, 3 hours/week of research
  • Once you have a faculty mentor, your advisor can create a permit for you.
  • You will then sign up for EAS 4699 Undergraduate Research

For pay:

Environmental Physics Minor

The School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences minor in Environmental Physics is designed for students interested in applying physical and mathematical principles to environmental problems. This minor is ideal for those interested in graduate work in geophysics or atmospheric sciences.

Climate Change Minor

The Climate Change minor is for students in majors outside of EAS who have an interest in understanding Climate Change and issues surrounding it. In selecting courses, remember that 15 credit hours are needed, and a total of 9 credit hours MUST be 3000 level or above.


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