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Master of Science in Geology

  • Professors: Aster, Bowman (Chair of the Department), Campbell, Condie, Hendrickx, Kyle, Norman, Phillips, Wilson
  • Associate Professors: Axen, Boston, Harrison, D. Johnson, McIntosh, Mozley
  • Assistant Professors: Bilek, J. Johnson, Spinelli, Vivoni
  • Emeritus Professors: Budding, G. Gross, Lattman, Sanford, Schlue
  • Adjunct Faculty: Andres, Austin, Barker, Bauer, Broadhead, Buckley, S. Cather, Chamberlin, Chapin, Connell, Dunbar, Hawley, Heizler, Jaksha, Kelley, Kieft, Land, Love, McCord, McLemore, Murray, Newman B., Pullin, Reiter, Scholle, Stephens, Tidwell, Tobin, Ulmer-Scholle

Degree Requirements

The master’s candidate must demonstrate competence in mathematics, chemistry, and physics comparable to the requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree in Geology. The Master of Science degree in Geology may be earned under either of the following plans:

With Thesis:
The student’s course of study must be approved by the student’s advisory committee and must fulfill the general requirements for the master’s degree with thesis and must include ERTH 480 or the equivalent, if not previously satisfied, two credits of GEOL 592, at least six credit hours of GEOL 591, and at least four credit hours of GEOL 593, unless the degree is completed in a shorter time. Credits earned in GEOL 592 and 593 may not be applied towards the 30 credits required for the M.S. degree.

Without Thesis:
The student’s course of study must be approved by the student’s advisory committee and must fulfill the general requirements for the master’s degree without thesis and must include ERTH 480 or the equivalent, if not previously satisfied, two credits of GEOL 592, at least three credit hours of GEOL 590, and at least four credit hours of GEOL 593, unless the degree is completed in a shorter time. Credits earned in GEOL 592 and 593 may not be applied towards the 30 credits required for the M.S. degree.

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