Graduate Course Catalog 2012-2013
This program is offered in Durham.
The Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space offers students the opportunity for interdisciplinary study and research. Certain graduate degree programs in Earth sciences, physics, natural resources, and zoology may be accessed through the institute as follows: all the M.S. programs in Earth sciences, the specialization in space physics and astrophysics (M.S. and Ph.D.), and departmental (M.S.) or interdepartmental (Ph.D.) program in natural resources and Earth systems sciences. Admission and degree requirements are set by the respective departments and program. See the graduate program descriptions in Earth sciences, physics, zoology, natural resources, and the natural resources and Earth systems sciences program (NRESS) for admission and degree requirements.
|EOS||810||Introduction to Astrophysics||4|
|EOS||812||Introduction to Space Plasma Physics||4|
|EOS||815||Global Atmospheric Chemistry||3|
|EOS||818||Macro-Scale Hydrology II||3|
|EOS||864||Data Analysis in Earth System Science||4|
|EOS||867||Earth System Science||4|
|EOS||895||Topics||1 TO 4|
|EOS||896||Topics||1 TO 4|
|EOS||995||Special Topics||1 TO 4|
|EOS||996||Special Topics||3 TO 4|