ID# Name

 

Program Completion Plan

GEOLOGY MAJOR, 2001-2003

 

Up to 8 credits of coursework with a grade of D may be used to meet the major requirements if offset by an equivalent number of credits of A or B.

 

Total credits required = 60.

Credits Term

Chem 1101 General Chemistry I 4

Chem 1102 General Chemistry II (or 1102H, Honors General Chemistry II) 4

Math 1101 Calculus I 5

Required Geology courses:

Geol 1101 Physical Geology 4

Geol 2051 Field and Research Methods in Geology I 2

Geol 2101 Mineralogy and Crystallography 4

Geol 2111 Petrology and Petrography 4

Geol 2121 Sedimentology and Stratigraphy 4

Geol 3051 Field and Research Methods in Geology II 2

Geol 3101 Structural Geology 4

Geol 3196 Geology Field Camp 6

Geol 4901 Geology Senior Seminar 1

Geol 4902 Geology Senior Seminar Presentation 1

 

Electives 8 credits in Geol 2xxx or above

Geol 2131 Geomorphology 4

Geol 2141 Glacial and Quaternary Geology 4

Geol 2993 Directed Study 1-5

Geol 3000 Variable Advanced Topics in Geology 4

Geol 3111 Introduction to Invertebrate Paleontology 4

Geol 3401 Geophysics 4

Geol 3411 Advanced Stratigraphy: Subsurface Methods 4

Geol 3421 Airphoto Interpretation 4

Geol 3501 Hydrology 4

Geol 3601 Introduction to Geochemistry 4

Geol 3993 Directed Study 1-5

Geol 4120 Advanced Sedimentology: Depositional Systems 4

Geol 4130 Advanced Geomorphology 4

Geol 4140 Advanced Glacial and Quaternary Geology 4

Geol 4993 Directed Study max 3

Geol 4994 Senior Honors Project 1-5

 

At least 7 credits, chosen through consultation with a geology adviser, from appropriate natural science, biology, computer science, physics, chemistry, mathematics, or statistics courses.

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Necessary for students intending to pursue graduate studies in the geological sciences:

Csci 1301 Problem Solving and Algorithm Development I 4

Geol 1121 Historical Geology: Earth History and Changing Scientific Perspectives 4

Math 1102 Calculus II 5

Phys 1101 General Physics I 5

 

Anticipated credit total


ID# Name

 

Program Completion Plan

GEOLOGY MINOR, 2001-2003

 

Up to 8 credits of coursework with a grade of D may be used to meet the minor requirements if offset by an equivalent number of credits of A or B.

 

Total credits required = 32.

Credits Term

Chem 1101 General Chemistry I 4

Chem 1102 General Chemistry II (or 1102H, Honors General Chemistry II) 4

 

Required Geology courses:

Geol 1101 Physical Geology 4

Geol 2051 Field and Research Methods in Geology I 2

Geol 2101 Mineralogy and Crystallography 4

Geol 2111 Petrology and Petrography 4

Geol 2121 Sedimentology and Stratigraphy 4

Geol 3051 Field and Research Methods in Geology II 2

 

Electives 4 credits in Geol 1121 or above:

Geol 1121 Historical Geology: Earth History and Changing Scientific Perspectives 4

Geol 2131 Geomorphology 4

Geol 2141 Glacial and Quaternary Geology 4

Geol 3000 Variable Advanced Topics in Geology 4

Geol 3101 Structural Geology 4

Geol 3111 Introduction to Invertebrate Paleontology 4

Geol 3196 Geology Field Camp 6

Geol 3401 Geophysics 4

Geol 3411 Advanced Stratigraphy: Subsurface Methods 4

Geol 3421 Airphoto Interpretation 4

Geol 3501 Hydrology 4

Geol 3601 Introduction to Geochemistry 4

Geol x993 Directed Study max 3

Geol 4120 Advanced Sedimentology: Depositional Systems 4

Geol 4130 Advanced Geomorphology 4

Geol 4140 Advanced Glacial and Quaternary Geology 4

Geol 4901 Geology Senior Seminar 1

Geol 4902 Geology Senior Seminar Presentation 1

 

 

Anticipated credit total