Department of Geology
Some academic departments and colleges do not provide a major at the graduate level. However, these departments or colleges do offer courses for graduate credit. Permission to use these courses in a degree program must be obtained from the appropriate Departmental Graduate Committee.
- P.L. Calengas, Ph.D., Indiana University
Associate Graduate Faculty
- Kyle Mayborn, Ph.D., University of California-Davis
- Leslie Melim, Ph.D., Southern Methodist University
- Steven Bennett, Ph.D., Indiana University
- Thomas Hegna, Ph.D., Yale University
420G Geomorphology. (3) Advanced study of the landscape involving processes, geologic structure, and time. Map and air photo interpretation. Laboratory and field trips. Two hours lecture, two hours lab. Prerequisite: GEOL 110 or GEOG 121.
450G Geology of National Parks and Monuments. (1–3, repeatable to 3) Basic geologic processes and principles are used to explain the geological history and features of selected national parks and monuments. Lecture course supplemented with slides, maps, and specimens from areas to be studies.