Department of Geology, College of Arts and Sciences
Graduate Courses in Geology (GLY)
William Anderson, Department Chair
GLY 5500. Independent Study (1-3).On Demand.
GLY 5530-5549. Selected Topics (1-4).On Demand.
GLY 5630. Hydrogeology (3).F. The occurrence of groundwater resources; factors governing groundwater movement through aquifers; and an analysis of techniques for measuring a water resource are the focus of this course. Groundwater contamination and remediation methods will be introduced. Lecture two hours, laboratory three hours. Prerequisites: a minimum of six semester hours of geology courses above the 1000 level, or permission of the instructor. [Dual-listed with GLY 4630.]
GLY 5705. Advanced Environmental and Engineering Geology (3).S. Field and laboratory analysis of problems arising from interactions between humans and Earth and application of geologic knowledge to the mitigation of these problems. Lecture two hours, laboratory three hours. Prerequisites: a minimum of six semester hours of geology courses above the 1000 level, or permission of the instructor. [Dual-listed with GLY 4705.]
GLY 5835. Summer Field Geology (6).SS. An intensive five to six week practicum in making geologic maps, measuring sections, and using other field techniques. Prerequisites: GLY 3150 (Principles of Structural Geology and Tectonics), GLY 3715 (Petrology and Petrography), and GLY 3800 (Intro to Stratigraphy and Sedimentology). [Dual-listed with GLY 4835.]