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Geology

Students are expected to have completed GEOL 101 or a high school or college earth science course with an approved geology lab and mathematics through MATHS 112 or the high school equivalent as approved by the primary departmental advisor.

Required Courses- 49 credit hours

GEOL 201 - Earth, Life, and Time.
GEOL 207 - Environmental Geology - Geological/Geochemical Cycles.
GEOL 220 - Earth Materials.
GEOL 240 - Geomorphology.
GEOL 290 - Computer Applications in the Geosciences.
GEOL 308 - Sedimentary Geology.
GEOL 310 - Petrology.
GEOL 315 - Structural Geology, Tectonics and Basic Field Methods.
GEOL 383 - Geology Field Camp.
GEOL 360 - Hydrogeology.

CHEM 111 - General Chemistry 1.
CHEM 112 - General Chemistry 2.

PHYCS 110 - General Physics 1.
PHYCS 112 - General Physics 2.


Elective courses (12 credit hours from below courses) - 12 credit hours
 
GEOL 409 - Micropaleontology.
GEOL 410 - Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology.
GEOL 412 - Sedimentary Petrology.
GEOL 416 - Engineering Geology.
GEOL 420 - Geological and Physical Oceanography.
GEOL 425 - Geophysics.
GEOL 435 - Stratigraphy and Subsurface Methods.
GEOL 445 - Fractals in the Natural Sciences.
GEOL 470 - Groundwater Geochemistry.
GEOL 471 - Volcanology and Volcanic Hazards.
GEOL 475 - Glacial Geology.


Elective Courses (4-6 credit hours from below courses) - 4-6 credit hours

MATHS 165 - Calculus 1.

MATHS 161 – Applied Calculus 1.

MATHS 162 - Applied Calculus 2.


MATHS 181 - Elementary Probability and Statistics.

CS 120 - Computer Science 1.


You can also find more information on scheduling in the undergraduate handbook.