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Prereqs: GEOL 310 and GEOL 320; or equivalent. Recommended parallel: A GEOL course as indicated by the instructor and will vary according to the course content of GEOL 495.
Field trips are required and supported by alumni endowment. Course content will vary on a 3-year rotational basis. Combined lectures, seminars, weekend short courses, and field trips. Field trips are required and supported by alumni endowment. Field trips may be scheduled during semester breaks.
E.F. Schramm Course in Economic Geology. Aspects of fossil fuel geology and exploration.
This course is a prerequisite for: GEOL 495
|Max credits per semester:||6|
|Course Format:||Lecture 2, Field|
Prereqs: CEEN 313/(UNO) CEEN 3130; CEEN 435/835/(UNO) CEEN 4350/8356 or CEEN 466/866/(UNO) CEEN 4660/8666, or parallel; and JGEN 300.
Preliminary investigation into topics for the capstone course. Defining deliverables, scheduling, interdisciplinary team design.
This course is a prerequisite for: CEEN 499
|Course Format:||Independent Study 2|
Prereqs: Senior standing.
WATS 498A is the first course of a two-semester sequence of courses consisting of WATS 498A and WATS 498B.
Work as individual or as a team member to develop solutions to water resource problems. Problem involves multi-disciplinary features. Requires independent research, proposal preparation and presentation.
This course is a prerequisite for: WATS 498B
Prereqs: ENVR 499A.
Second course of a two-semester sequence of courses consisting of ENVR 499A and 499B. The thesis is to be written under the supervision of the emphasis adviser or a faculty member designated by the adviser. A committee of two (the faculty member guiding the thesis and an additional member with expertise in the topic) will review the thesis.
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