At the University of Delaware College of Earth, Ocean and Environment (CEOE) we know students cannot understand the marine, earth or climate sciences solely from a textbook. CEOE offers diverse experiences in the field and state-of-the-art technology in the classroom. As a CEOE student, you will Explore every part of our world, whether in person during study abroad or from afar with remote sensing technology.
There are many paths to becoming a high school science teacher. This one runs through outdoor field experiences as well as education credits, providing majors with subject matter expertise and training for the classroom.
Through this broad-based introduction to environmental policies and issues, develop the common analytical tools needed to explore them in depth and the ability to integrate and synthesize information from a multidisciplinary perspective.
Investigate the ocean, how it works, what lives within it, and how it affects all of our lives and the planet with this major, which provides a strong overview of all aspects of marine science and offers concentrations in Marine Biology or Oceanography.
This specialized major will take you to great heights in the study of the atmosphere. Understand our climate and how it is changing. Learn to predict the storms and weather patterns that increasingly affect everyone’s lives.
Students in any major, whether in CEOE or another UD college, can earn the Eco-Entrepreneurship Certificate through Horn Entrepreneurship. Use your UD education to not only learn about environmental challenges, but also come up with solutions!
Technically a graduate-level certificate, many undergraduate students in CEOE can plan their coursework to graduate with the credential, providing another valuable advantage when entering the job market.