The Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences has over 100 majors and offers a major, a minor, and a broad array of topical and interdisciplinary elective courses in the geosciences. The Department provides graduate-level courses in the multidisciplinary Environmental Studies Master of Science program and the M.Ed. in Science and Mathematics. Collaborative opportunities are available with well-established faculty research programs, including aqueous geochemistry, coastal processes, environmental geology, geospatial sciences, hydrology, marine geology, natural hazards, paleontology, sedimentary petrology, seismology, and tectonics. The Department has GIS and Remote Sensing laboratories which are part of the Lowcountry Hazard Center, located in the new Sciences and Mathematics building.