Industry Track

In addition to the core geology requirements, students wishing to follow the industry track must also take:

GEOL 3300Structural Geology

3 credits

GEOL 3310Structural Geology Field Methods

1 credit

GEOL 4260/GEOL 8266Process Geomorphology

3 credits

GEOL 4540Geochemistry

3 credits

And Either

GEOL 4800Internship in Environmental/Regional Planning/Earth Science

1 - 6 credits

Or

GEOL 4950Senior Thesis

3 credits

Two of the following Geology courses (and their respective labs) must be selected:

GEOL 2600Geohydrology

3 credits

GEOL 2760Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology

3 credits

With Lab

GEOL 2764Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology Laboratory

1 credit

GEOL 3100/BIOL 3100Invertebrate Paleontology

3 credits

Along with lab

GEOL 3104Invertebrate Paleontology Laboratory

1 credit

GEOL 4040/GEOG 4040/GEOG 8046Geoarchaeology

3 credits

GEOL 4400Geophysics

3 credits

 

Required cognate courses are:

MATH 1930Calculus for the Managerial, Life, and Social Sciences

3 credits

PHYS 2110General Physics 1 - Calculus Level

4 credits

PHYS 1154General Physics Laboratory I

1 credit

PHYS 2120General Physics - Calculus Level

4 credits

PHYS 1164General Physics Laboratory II

1 credit

CHEM 1180General Chemistry I

3 credits

CHEM 1184General Chemistry I Laboratory

1 credit

CHEM 1190General Chemistry II

3 credits

CHEM 1194General Chemistry II Laboratory

1 credit

In addition, three courses from the following list must be taken:

STAT 3000/STAT 8005Statistical Methods I

3 credits

STAT 3010/STAT 8015Statistical Methods II

3 credits

GEOG 4030/GEOG 8036Computer Mapping and Visualization

3 credits

GEOG 4050/GEOG 8056Geographic Information Systems I

4 credits

GEOG 4630/GEOG 8636Environmental Remote Sensing

4 credits

CIST 1400Introduction to Computer Programming

3 credits

CSCI 1620Introduction to Computer Science II

3 credits

or other approved course