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Blinn's Associate of Science Degree in Geology is designed for students planning to transfer to a four-year college or university to complete a bachelor's degree in the field of geology. In this program, you take courses in biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics common to most geology-related disciplines and continue your studies in specialized areas after transferring to a university program.

Register today for the summer and fall semesters!

Registration is underway for the summer and fall terms. For assistance, contact Academic Advising or call Enrollment Services at 979-830-4800. You also can schedule a tour of any of our six campuses!

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This degree can be completed on the Brenham and Bryan campuses.

Blinn courses are highly transferrable, and recent geology graduates have transferred to Texas A&M, the University of Texas Arlington, the University of Houston, Sam Houston State, and more.

A degree in geology or earth science can prepare students to work in a variety of positions, including natural sciences managers, geoscientists, science teachers, and more, according to the Texas Workforce Commission. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, geoscientists earned a median salary of $83,680 in 2021.

For the degree plan, click the link below:

Associate of Science in Geology

Course descriptions are available in the Catalog.

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Lizette Bartell
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Phone: 979-209-8687

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