Advisors in Geology
Dr. Ted Dasgupta
Dr. Chris Rowan
Dr. Alison J. Smith
Dr. Abdul Shakoor
Dr. Carrie E. Schweitzer
- Dr. Neil A. Wells
Dr. Joseph Ortiz
Field Camp Director:
Dr. David Hacker
Free Tutoring for all Geology CORE CoursesExperienced Geology graduate students and lab instructors answer your questions, beginning week three of each semester, in room 223 MCG, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. No appointment necessary.
Bachelor of Science - Environmental Geology Concentration
For additional information about our undergraduate program, please contact an undergraduate advisor in Geology.
General Requirements (effective academic year 2010-2011)
- At least 42 semester credits must be taken in upper division courses (30000-level and above).
- At least 36 semester credits must be taken in Kent CORE courses.
- At least 121 semester credits of approved coursework must be completed successfully.
- GEOL 21062 Environmental Earth Sciences or GEOL 21080 All About the Oceans may be substituted for GEOL 11040 with Departmental permission.
- Requires completion of GEOL 41092, Summer Field Camp.
- A 2.00 cumulative grade-point average both overall and in the major, is necessary to graduate.
GEOL 11040 How the Earth Works 3
How the Earth Works Lab 1
Earth and Life through Time 3
Earth and Life through Time Lab 1
Earth Materials I
Earth Materials II 4
Structural Geology 4
Invertebrate Paleontology 4
Summer Field Camp 6
Sedimentology aStratigraphy 4
Principles of Geochemistry 3
and 9-10 GEOL elective credits 9-10
Analytic Geometry and Calculus I 5
CHEM 10060 and
CHEM 10062 General Chemistry I (4) and
General Chemistry Lab I (1)
CHEM 10061 and
CHEM 10063 General Chemistry II (4) and
General Chemistry Lab II (1) 5
PHY 13001 and
PHY 13021 General College Physics I (4) and
General College Physics Lab I (1)
GEOL 42035 or
Scientific Methods in Geology (3) or
Basic Probability and Statistics (3) 5
BSCI 10110 or
Biological Diversity (4) or
Invertebrate Zoology (4) 4
Choose from these GEOL upper division electives (9-10 credit hours)
Contaminant Hydrology and Hydrogeology
Environmental Core and Well Logging