Undergraduate major and minor, M.S. Interdisciplinary doctorate with specialization in biogeochemistry available.
Geological sciences studied at UWM include: soil science; geomorphology; geochemical thermodynamics; glacial and pleistocene geology; physical oceanography; physical and chemical hydrogeology; environmental geology, including groundwater geology; engineering geology; petroleum geology; stratigraphy and sedimentation; paleontology and paleoecology; plate tectonics; geodynamics; geomechanics and structural geology; mineralogy; petrology; geophysical exploration; seismic wave propagation; seismic exploration and interpretation; geoelectrical methods; ice mechanics; gravity and magnetism; mathematical geology; geochemistry; x-ray crystallography.
Atmospheric sciences with strong emphasis on mathematical modelingnd thermodynamics; cloud physics; synoptic analysis; remote sensing; hydrology; mesoscale circulations; climate dynamics; radiation; and weather forecasting.
Atmospheric Sciences, formerly taught in the Geosciences Department, is now a concentration in the Mathematical Sciences Department.
Mainly English. Some German. Some primary source material in Chinese, French, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese Latin, Spanish, Russian, and other languages.
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Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Engineering, Geography, Great Lakes, Mathematical Sciences, and Physics.