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  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science Combined Honours: Earth Sciences and Oceanography
  • Course description
    Combined Honours Program: Earth Sciences and Oceanography

    Four Required Oceanography Credits taken from:

                
    •     OCEA 2000.06: The Blue Planet
    •     OCEA 2800.03: Climate Change
    •     OCEA 3001.03: Introduction to Physical Oceanography
    •     OCEA 3002.03: Introduction to Chemical Oceanography
    •     OCEA 3004.03: The Last Billion Years
    •     OCEA 3420.03: Geochemistry of the Aquatic Environments
    •     OCEA 4110.03: Geological Oceanography
    •     OCEA 4331.03: History of Marine Sciences
    •     OCEA 4470.03: Introduction to Seismic Imaging
    •     OCEA 4200.06: Honors Thesis *

    *Students registered for this class must take instruction in thesis writing along with students registered in ERTH 4200.06

    These Oceanography credits must be combined with core Earth Sciences classes, which constitute 5 credits:
                
    •     ERTH 2000.015: Field School
    •     ERTH 2001.03: Earth Materials Science I
    •     ERTH 2002.03: Earth Materials Science II
    •     ERTH 2050.03: Principles of Geophysics I
    •     ERTH 2110.03: Field Methods
    •     ERTH 2203.03: Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks
    •     ERTH 2205.03: Introduction to Palaeontology
    •     ERTH 3000.015: Computer Camp
    •     ERTH 3140.03: Structural Geology
    •     ERTH 3303.03: Stratigraphy
    •     ERTH 4000.00: Advanced Field School (NB: 0 credit hours)
    •     ERTH 4350.03: Tectonics

    Additional credits ERTH credits will be chosen from the following list so that the total of OCEA and ERTH classes is between 11 and 13 credits.
                
    •     ERTH 2400.03: Marine Geosciences (recommended)
    •     ERTH 3010.03: Igneous Petrology
    •     ERTH 3020.03: Metamorphic Petrology
    •     ERTH 3302.03: Quaternary Sedimentary Environments
    •     ERTH 3500.03: Exploring GIS
    •     ERTH 4152.03: Fossil Fuels
    •     ERTH 4270.03: Applied Geophysics
    •     ERTH 4430.03: Quaternary Dating and Palaeoclimatology
    •     ERTH 4502.03: Micropalaeontology and Global Change
    •     ERTH 4520.03: GIS Applications to Environmental
    •     ERTH 4530.03: Environmental Remote Sensing

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