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Earth Science Master's without Earth Science Bachelor's?
So I will be a senior this upcoming fall and am seriously considering graduate school. I will have a B.S. in Resource Conservation with a focus in Range Management and Grassland Ecology once I graduate. I currently have a 3.7 GPA and plan on working for a year before graduate school. The problem is that all of the programs that I've looked at for geology, meteorology, or oceanography require physics and calculus which I haven't taken. I took pre-calculus and physics in high school but they were never requirements in college. So far in college, I've taken classes in soils, watershed hydrology, ecology, climate change, and other environmental science classes. If I did well on the GRE could I still make it into an earth science program? If not then I plan on going to law school for environmental law.