Geoscience is the study of Earth processes and products, and how human activity affects/is affected by these processes.
The future depends greatly on how people solve the world's problems, and problem solving is what physicists do best.
The Safety Science Program provides diverse safety and health careers for undergraduate and graduate students.
UCM publishes a Fact Book with enrollment information and graduation data for the University and individual programs.
Career placement rates for safety science graduates are very high. We have so many calls for student interns, we need more students to fill them! Our students are extremely competitive in the job market and have earned excellent starting salaries.
These Safety degrees are accredited by the Applied and Natural Science Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org:
What is ABET? https://www.abet.org/about-abet/
For the summer semester, most of our faculty will be working remotely, and offices will continue to be minimally staffed. Please email your faculty member directly for questions about their classes. You may also contact Kate Kuhlman or Dr. Blunt with other questions.