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BS in ENGINEERING GEOLOGY (694021) MAP Sheet
Department of Geology
For students entering the degree program during the 2001–2002 curricular year.
GENERAL EDUCATION AND UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS (52.5–57.0 hours)
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
(38.5–43.0 hours)
Requirements
Languages of Learning
Precollege Math
1st Year Writing
Advanced Writing
Advanced Languages/Math/Music
Liberal Arts Core
Biological Science
Physical Science
American Heritage
Civilization
Wellness
Arts and Sciences Electives
Arts and Letters
Natural Sciences
Social & Behavioral Sciences
No D credit is allowed in major courses.
# Classes
Hours
Classes
0–1
1
1
1
0–3.0
3.0
3.0
4.0
from approved list
Engl 115
Engl 316*
Math 112*
1
2
1
2
1–3
1
1
1
3.0
6–7.0
3.0
6.0
1.5–2.0
Biol 100
Geol 111* or 330*,
and Phscs 220*
AHtg 100
from approved list
from approved list
3.0
3.0
3.0
from approved list
Phscs 121*
from approved list
UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS
Religion Courses (14.0 hours)
Book of Mormon
New Testament
Doctrine & Covenants
Elective courses
Graduation Requirements
Residence hours
Minimum hours needed to graduate
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (86–89.0 total hours)
2
1
1
2–6
4.0
2.0
2.0
6.0
RelA 121 and 122
RelA 211 or 212
RelC 324 or 325
30.0
120.0
Complete the following:
Geol
112
Historical Geology
Geol
210
Field Studies
Geol
230
Computer Applications in Geology
Geol
351
Mineralogy
Geol
352
Petrology
Geol
370
Stratigraphy and Sedimentation
Geol
375
Structural Geology
Geol
410
Geologic Field Methods
4.0
3.0
3.0
4.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
6.0
Complete 2 hours of the following:
Geol
491R Geology Seminar (take 4 times)
0.5
Select three courses from the following:
Geol
411
Geomorphology
Geol
420
Environmental Geophysics
Geol
435
Introduction to Groundwater
Geol
440
Introductory Geophysics
Geol
445
Geochemistry
Geol
451
Optical Mineralogy
Geol
460
Economic Geology
Geol
559
Applied Geophysics 1
Geol
560
Applied Geophysics 2
Geol
575
Advanced Structural Geology
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
Complete the following:
CEEn 103
Engineering Mechanics-Statics
CEEn 113
Engineering Measurements
CEEn 203
Engineering Mechanics
CEEn 332
Hydraulics and Fluid Flow Theory
CEEn 341
Elementary Soil Mechanics
CEEn 431
Hydrology
2.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
Select one course from the following:
Geol
111*
Physical Geology
Geol
330*
Geology for Engineers
4.0
3.0
Complete the following:
Engl
316*
Technical Writing
Math 112*
Calculus 1
Math 113
Calculus 2
Math 212
Advanced Engineering Math
Phscs 121*
Principles of Physics 1
Phscs 220*
Principles of Physics 3
Complete one of the following options:
Either
Chem 105
General College Chemistry
Chem 106
General College Chemistry
Chem 107
General College Chemistry Lab*
Or
Chem 111
Principles of Chemistry 1
Chem 112
Principles of Chemistry 2
Recommended course:
Stat
221
Principles of Statistics
*THESE CLASSES CAN FILL BOTH GE AND MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (16–17.0 hours overlap)
FOR GE OR MAJOR QUESTIONS CONTACT THE ADVISEMENT CENTER
Physical and Mathematical Sciences College Advisement Center
N-179 ESC
Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602
Telephone: (801) 378-6270
FACULTY ADVISORS:
Jim Baer
Al Benson
S-317 ESC
S-321 ESC
Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602
Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602
Telephone: (801) 378-3372
Telephone: (801) 378-2165
3.0
4.0
4.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
4.0
3.0
1.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
BS in ENGINEERING GEOLOGY (694021)
2001–2002
Suggested Sequence of Courses:
FRESHMAN YEAR **
1st Semester
Geol 111 (FW)
Or Geol 330 (FW)
Chem 111 (F)
Or Chem 105 (FWSpSu)
Math 112 (FWSpSu)
st
1 Year Writing
Or AHtg 100
RelA 121
Total Hours
4.0
(3.0)
3.0
(4.0)
4.0
3.0
(3.0)
2.0
16.0
2nd Semester
Geol 112 (W)
Chem 112 (W)
Or Chem 106, 107 (FWSpSu)
Math 113 (FWSpSu)
st
1 Year Writing
Or AHtg 100
RelA 122
Total Hours
4.0
3.0
(4.0)
4.0
3.0
(3.0)
2.0
16.0
SOPHOMORE YEAR**
3rd Semester
Geol 210 (F)
(Begins meeting before start of
Fall semester)
Geol 351 (F)
Phscs 121 (FWSpSu)
CEEn 103 (FWSu)
General Education courses,
university requirements,
and/or general electives
Total Hours
4th Semester
Geol 230 (W)
Geol 352 (W)
Math 212 (FWSp)
Phscs 220 (FWSpSu)
CEEn 113 (FSp)
Total Hours
3.0
4.0
3.0
2.0
3.0
15.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
15.0
JUNIOR YEAR**
5th Semester
Geol 375 (F)
Geol 491R (FW)
CEEn 203 (FWSu)
CEEn 332 (FSp)
General Education courses,
university requirements,
and/or general electives
Total Hours
6th Semester
Geology elective
Geol 370 (W)
Geol 491R (FW)
Engl 316 (FWSpSu)
General Education courses,
university requirements,
and/or general electives
Total Hours
Spring Term
Geol 410 (Sp)
Total Hours
SENIOR YEAR**
7th Semester
Geology elective
Geol 491R (FW)
CEEn 341 (FW)
General Education courses,
university requirements,
and/or general electives
Total Hours
8th Semester
Geology elective
Geol 491R (FW)
CEEn 431 (WSu)
General Education courses,
university requirements,
and/or general electives
Total Hours
3.0
0.5
3.0
3.0
5.5
15.0
3.0
3.0
0.5
3.0
THE DISCIPLINE:
Geology is the study of the earth’s origin and
development and of the natural processes that
have operated upon it and within it from the time
the solar system was created. With the
development of remote sensing technology and the
exploration of the solar system by manned and
unmanned spacecraft, geology has expanded to
include the moon, other planets and their moons,
and small bodies that orbit the sun. A student of
geology will study the major features of the earth:
the continents, the ocean basins, the structure of
mountains, the origin of minerals, the nature of
fossils, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and
glaciers.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
Graduates have the opportunity to work both in the
great outdoors and in the laboratory, pursuing
careers in energy, mineral, and water resources or
in environmental evaluation with industry,
government, or consulting firms. The substantial
preparation in basic sciences and mathematics
also leads to a broad spectrum of teaching
opportunities.
For more information on careers in your major,
please refer to From Major to Career, a publication
which is located in all college advisement centers.
5.5
15.0
6.0
6.0
3.0
0.5
3.0
8.5
15.0
3.0
0.5
3.0
8.5
15.0
**Note: Your faculty advisor can assist you in choosing electives to meet your total hour requirement.
Note:
Students are encouraged to complete an average of 15 credit hours each semester or 30 credit
hours each year, which could include spring and/or summer terms. Taking fewer credits
substantially increases the cost and the number of semesters to graduate.
Department of Geology
S-389 ESC
Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602
Telephone: (801) 378-3918
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