Major in Geology (60 units)

Academic year 2017-2018

  Fall Winter
1st year (24 units)
  • BIO1109 * (register to this course if 4U Biology not completed)
  • BIO1130
  • CHM1311 (or CHM1301 if 4U Chemistry not completed)
  • GEO1115
  • MAT1330
  • PHY1121 (or PHY1331 if 4U Physics not completed)
  • GEO1111
  • MAT1332
  • PHY1122 (or PHY1322 if 4U Physics not completed)
2nd year (18 units)
  • GEO2163
  • GEO2165
  • 6 course units from (Fall or Winter):
    • GEO2020
    • GEO2113
    • GEO2166
    • GEO2334
  • GEO2164
  • GEO2321
3rd year (12 units)
  • 6 optional course units in geology (GEO) at the 3000 or 4000 level
  • 6 optional course units in geology (GEO) at the 3000 or 4000 level
4th year (6 units)
  • 3 optional course units in geology (GEO) at the 4000 level
  • 3 optional course units in geology (GEO) at the 4000 level

Notes

* This course is beyond the requirements of the programs in science.

This program does not satisfy the academic requirements of the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario.

Some 3rd and 4th Year courses are offered alternate year with the French equivalent.

For students registered in the Faculty of Science: If the components of your program of study require common compulsory courses, you will have to replace the units as follows: 
1) 1000-level courses must be replaced with electives; 
2) 2000-level courses and above must be replaced with courses from either discipline at the same level or above.

Once you have decided on the replacement courses, please inform the Office of Undergraduate Programs of the Faculty of Science by email at infosci@uOttawa.ca so we may amend your Academic report accordingly.
 
Please note that all programs in the Faculty of Science require a minimum of 12 elective course units from the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Social Sciences or the Telfer School of Management.

Co-operative education is available when taken as part of an honours degree.
The extended French stream is available when taken as part of an honours degree.

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