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Department of Geosciences
 

Spring 2012 Course offerings in Geosciences

Spring 2012

GE 112 - Oceanography: Introduction To The Marine Environment - Profs. Frappier and Stelmack
GE 102 - The History Of Earth, Life, And Global Change -  Profs. Lindemann and Stelmack
GE 211 - Climatology - Prof. Frappier
GE 251 - Special Topics in Geosciencs:
GE 301 - Hydrogeologic Systems  - Prof. Nichols
GE 316 - Stratigraphy - Prof. Lindeman
GE 351 - Advanced Topics In Geosciences
GE 371 - Independent Study - Department - contact faculty to discuss possibilities and interests
GE 377 - Senior Seminar In Geosciences Department
GE 399 - Professional Internship In Geology

Natural Sciences degree requirement:

GE 101 - Earth Systems Science
GE 102 - The History Of Earth, Life, And Global Change
GE 112 - Oceanography: Introduction To The Marine Environment
GE 211 - Climatology

QR2 degree requirement:

GE 101 - Earth Systems Science
GE 112 - Oceanography: Introduction To The Marine Environment

Environmental Studies course requirements:

Cluster B1 courses

GE 101 - Earth Systems Science
GE 112 - Oceanography: Introduction To The Marine Environment
GE 207 - Environmental Geology
GE 208 - Origin and Distribution Of Natural Resources
GE 211 - Climatology

Cluster B2 courses

GE 208 - Origin and Distribution Of Natural Resources
GE 211 - Climatology
GE 216 - Sedimentology
GE 301 - Hydrogeologic Systems
GE 304 - Geomorphology
GE 309 - Field Techniques
GE 311 - Paleoclimatology
GE 316 - Stratigraphy

International Affairs Program's requirements:

GE 101 - Earth Systems Science
GE 112 - Oceanography: Introduction To The Marine Environment
GE 207 - Environmental Geology
GE 208 - Origin and Distribution Of Natural Resources
GE 211 - Climatology
GE 311 - Paleoclimatology

 

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