Course Syllabi

Listed below are the current syllabi for the Spring 2015 semester in .pdf form (Adobe Acrobat) for both undergraduate and graduate Earth Sciences courses. Links will be added as soon as they become available. Clicking on the faculty name will bring you to that faculty member's information page.

J-term 2015 courses are listed below, and will be added to the archives page once the session is over.

Earth Sciences Undergraduate Course Descriptions
Earth Sciences Graduate Course Descriptions

Esci. 402 - Earth History W. Clyde
Esci. 405 - Global Environmental Change M. Huber
Esci. 409 - Geology and the Environment M. Boettcher
Esci. 420 - Our Solar System J. Bryce
ESci. 451 - Earth in Film J. Bryce / M. Huber
ESci. 501 - Introduction to Oceanography J. Johnson
ESci. 512 - Principles of Mineralogy J. Laird
Esci. 514 - Introduction to Climate S. Phillips
Esci. 654 - Fate and Transport A. Lightbody
Esci. 7/801 - Quantitative Methods for Earth Sciences J. Pringle
Esci. 7/810 - Groundwater Hydrology M. Davis
ESci. 7/845 - Isotope Geochemistry J. Bryce
Esci. 7/850 - Biological Oceanography J. Pennock
Esci. 7/852 - Chemical Oceanography L. Kalnejais
ESci.7/856 - Geotectonics W. Clyde / J. Johnson
ESci. 7/865 - Paleoclimatology J. Licciardi
Esci. 7/871 - Geodesy & Position Ocean Map S. Dijkstra
Esci. 796.01 - Topics Staff
Esci. 799 - Senior Thesis Staff
Esci. 875 - Ocean Mapping II A. Amstrong / L. Mayer / S. Dijkstra
ESci. 896.01 - Special Topics Staff
Esci. 896.03 - Top/Bathmetric Mapping D. Monahan
ESci. 7/896.04 - Top/Nearshore Processes L. Ward
ESci. 7/896.05 - Top/Time Series Analysis T. Lippmann
ESci. 7/896.07 - Top/Rocky Mountain Field Trip W. Clyde / J. Licciardi
Esci. 7/897 - Chapman Colloquium M. Boettcher / R. Varner
Esci. 898 - Directed Research Staff
ESci. 899 - Masters Thesis Staff
ESci. 973 - Seafloor Characterization L. Mayer / B. Calder
ESci. 996.01 - Adv. Topics Staff
Esci. 998 - Proposal Development J. Laird
ESci. 405 - Global Environmental Change J. Slater
Esci. 7/896.02 - Petroleum Geology M. Moore

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