For information, contact the Department of Geology & Environmental Earth Science, 118D Shideler Hall , 513-529-3216.
A minimum GPA of 2.25 is required for all courses in the minor. No courses may be taken credit/no-credit. This minor is not available to majors in geology, earth science, environmental earth science or earth science education. Courses must be selected observing all prerequisites. Substitutions may be made with approval of department.
(18 semester hours)
|Select one of the following:||3|
|The Dynamic Earth|
|Geology of U.S. National Parks|
|Select this laboratory:|
|Understanding the Earth|
|Select any combination of Geology courses at 200-level or above of the following:||14|
|Survival on an Evolving Planet|
|Chemistry of Earth Systems|
|Geohazards and the Solid Earth|
|Sedimentology and Stratigraphy|
|Water and Society|
|Ice Age Earth|
|Introduction to Hydrogeology|
|Forensic Isotope Geochemistry|
|Hydrogeological Modeling: Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Transport and Fate|
|X-ray Powder Diffraction and Clay Analysis|
|Soils and Paleosols|
|Sedimentary Basin Analysis|
|Isotopes in Environmental Processes|
|Total Credit Hours||17|
In addition, students may apply to the minor a maximum of three credits from any Geology workshop with the approval of the CDA.