Students conducting fieldwork at Geol206 Earth Science Field School

Course Planning

To make the most out of your program, it is important to plan your courses in advance in order to avoid conflicts and anticipate course loads.  To assist with this, we have indicated anticipated future offerings of Geoscience courses for identification of trends.

Note: these course rotations as listed are guidelines and subject to change.

Course NumberCourse Title2023/20242024/20252025/20262026/20272027/2028
FallSpringFallSpringFallSpringFallSpringFallSpring
Geol 111Discovering Planet EarthX XXX XXXXX
Geol 112Understanding Earth's HistoryX XX XXXXXX
Geol 115Laboratory and Field Studies in Earth Science X X XXX
Geol 200MineralogyX X X XX
Geol 201Sedimentology and Stratigraphy X X XXX
Geol 202Earth Structures X X XXX
Geol 206Geological Field Methods and Mapping X X XXX
Geol 300Igneous and Metamorphic PetrologyX  X X
Geol 301Caves and Karst Landscapes   X X
Geol 302Mineral Resources   X  X
Geol 303Engineering Geology X  X
Geol 304Hydrogeology  X  X
Geol 305Quaternary GeologyX   X X
Geol 307Applied Geophysics X   XX
Geol 308Geochemistry X   XX
Geol 312Environmental GeologyX  X
Geol 380Earth Science Work ExperienceOOOOOOOOOO
Geol 390Special Field Studies     ?
Geol 401Karst Field Techniques   
Geol 412Climate Change: Past, Present, and Future  X   X
Geol 470Special Topics in Earth Science  X  X
Geol 480Earth Science Senior Work ExperienceOOOOOOOOOO
Geol 490Directed Studies in Earth ScienceOOOOOOOOOO
Geol 491Research Project in GeoscienceOOOOOOOOOO

 

O = No set time. By arrangement with instructor