Geology 2 175

MAJOR IN EARTH SCIENCE (BA/BS), 60 hours

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 MATH 112 or their high school equivalent as approved by the primary departmental advisor.

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CHEM
GEOG
GEOL










NREM

111
230
201
207
220
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290
308
310
315
360
383
420
221

General Chemistry 1
Elementary Meteorology
Earth, Life, and Time
Environ Geology Geochem Cycles
Earth Materials
Geomorphology
Computer Applic Geosciences
Sedimentary Geology
Igneous Metamorphic Petrology
Structural Geology Tectonics
Hydrogeology
FieldGeology
Oceanography
Soil Resources

4
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
3
4
3
6
3
3

9-12 hours from

GEOL






409
411
412
416
425
435
470
471
475

Micropaleontology (3)
Advanced Ign Met Petrology (3)
Sedimentary Petrology (3)
Geology Hazards Environment (3)
Geophysics (3)
Sequence Stratigraphy (3)
Groundwater Geochemistry (3)
Volcanology and Volc Hazards (3)
Glacial Geology (3)









9-12

3-6 hours from

GEOG


NREM

265
331
342
324

Intro Geographic Info Systems (3)
Global Climatology (3)
Introduction to Remote Sensing (3)
Soil Classification Interpret (3)

3-6


60 hrs

Recommended: CS 120 and one year of college chemistry or physics or both. Recommended majors and minors include anthropology, biology, business administration, chemistry, economics, modern languages and classics, geography, mathematics, natural resources, and physics.

 

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


Department of Geological Sciences
Ball State University
Fine Arts Building (AR), room 117
Muncie, IN 47306

Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Phone: 765-285-8270
Fax: 765-285-8265
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