Graduation

The tables below present the number of undergraduate degrees awarded by the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences by academic year  (summer, fall, spring).

Degrees Awarded at University Park, World Campus, and Other Campus Locations, 2015–16

Academic Program Total Percent Female Percent UR* Percent International
Earth Science and Policy — B.S. 5 40% 0% 0%
Earth Sciences — B.S. 2 0% 0% 0%
Energy and Sustainability Policy* — B.A. 12 42% 42% 0%
Energy Business and Finance — B.S. 116 19% 21% 16%
Energy Engineering — B.S. 65 9% 14% 20%
Environmental Systems Engineering — B.S. 26 54% 12% 19%
Geobiology — B.S. 2 0% 0% 0%
Geography — B.A. 12 67% 25% 25%
Geography — B.S. 23 30% 9% 0%
Geosciences — B.A. 2 0% 0% 0%
Geosciences — B.S. 24 38% 9% 0%
Materials Science and Engineering — B.S. 70 21% 16% 27%
Meteorology — B.S. 46 26% 7% 2%
Mining Engineering — B.S. 4 0% 25% 25%
Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering — B.S. 166 15% 11% 27%
EMS total at University Park  577      
EMS average at University Park   21% 14% 19%
Other Campuses 10 20% 0% 10%

*Footnotes
1. UR = Underrepresented (Hispanic/Latino, American Indian/Alaska Native, Black/African American, Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander, two or more races).
2. New program offered through World Campus, Energy and Sustainability Policy --B.A.; First graduates in summer, 2012