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  • Academic Title
    Certificate in Information Technology (Earth Sciences)
  • Course description
    To recognize students who have completed classes with a substantial Information Technology component, and to provide these students with a document to present to potential employers who seek graduates with IT skills, the Department of Earth Sciences will award a Certificate in Information Technology to students who meet the following requirements:
                
    •     Completion of the 20-credit Major or Honours program in Earth Sciences;
    •     Completion of the following classes, with a minimum grade of B, identified by the Department of Earth Sciences as teaching a set of IT skills particularly relevant to geoscientists:
        •     ERTH 2001.03
        •     ERTH 2270.03 or ERTH 3400.03
        •     ERTH 3000.03
        •     ERTH 3500.03
        •     ERTH 4200.03 or ERTH 4100.03
        •     ERTH 4520.03 or ERTH 4530.03 or ERTH 4450.03
        •     CSCI 1100.03 and MATH 2400.03

    • ERTH 1030.03: Introduction to Physical Geography.
    • ERTH 1060.03: Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Natural Disasters.
    • ERTH 1080.03: Geology I.
    • ERTH 1090.03: Geology II.
    • ERTH 1091.03: Geology II.
    • ERTH 2000.015: Earth Sciences Field School.
    • ERTH 2001.03: Earth Materials Science I.
    • ERTH 2002.03: Earth Materials Science II.
    • ERTH 2110.03: Field Methods.
    • ERTH 2203.03: Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks.
    • ERTH 2205.03: Introduction to Paleontology.
    • ERTH 2270.03: Introduction to Applied Geophysics.
    • ERTH 2380.03: Geochemistry.
    • ERTH 2410.03: Environmental and Resource Geology I.
    • ERTH 2420.03: Dinosaurs.
    • ERTH 2430.03: Forensic and Medical Geology.
    • ERTH 3000.015: Computing Camp.
    • ERTH 3010.03: Igneous Petrology.
    • ERTH 3020.03: Metamorphic Petrology.
    • ERTH 3140.03: Structural Geology.
    • ERTH 3270.03: Solid Earth Geophysics.
    • ERTH 3302.03: Quaternary Sedimentary Environments.
    • ERTH 3303.03: Stratigraphy.
    • ERTH 3400.03: Fundamentals of Hydrogeology.
    • ERTH 3402.03: Practical Hydrogeology.
    • ERTH 3410.03: Environmental Geology II.
    • ERTH 3420.03: Geochemistry of Aquatic Environments.
    • ERTH 3440.03: Geomorphology.
    • ERTH 3500.03: Geoscience Information Management.
    • ERTH 4000.00: Advanced Field School.
    • ERTH 4100X/Y.06: Research Project.
    • ERTH 4110.03: Geological Oceanography.
    • ERTH 4141.03: Applied Geology, Mineralogy and Geochemistry.
    • ERTH 4151.03: Mineral Deposits.
    • ERTH 4153.03: Petroleum Geology.
    • ERTH 4156.03: Petroleum Geology - Field Methods and Economic Evaluation.
    • ERTH 4200.03: Honours Thesis.
    • ERTH 4350.03: Tectonics.
    • ERTH 4400.03: Advanced Metamorphic Petrology.
    • ERTH 4440.03: Geomorphology and Landscape Evolution.
    • ERTH 4450.03: Introduction to Landscape Simulation.
    • ERTH 4470.3: Introduction to Seismic Imaging.
    • ERTH 4480.3: Advanced Seismic Imaging.
    • ERTH 4502.03: Micropaleontology and Global Change.
    • ERTH 4510.03: /4511.03: Directed Reading.
    • ERTH 4520.03: GIS Applications to Environmental and Geological Sciences.
    • ERTH 4530.03: Environmental Remote Sensing.

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