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Agricultural Science 017
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Environmental Planning and Design 573
Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior 374
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Geography 450
Geological Sciences 460
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Independent Major 554
Journalism and Media Studies 567
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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Cook College Programs of Study Geological Sciences 460  

Geological Sciences 460

Degree: B.S.

Chairperson: Kenneth G. Miller (kgm@rci.rutgers.edu)


Adviser
Code
Office
Phone (Ext.)
Gail M. Ashley
(AG)
Wright Labs 233B
5-2221
Paul Falkowski
(FG)
IMCS 318D
5-5444 (370)
Mark D. Feigenson
(FK)
Wright Labs 339A
5-3149
Claude T. Herberg
(HH)
Wright Labs 344
5-3154
Roger K. Hewins
(HG)
Wright Labs 343
5-3232
Dennis V. Kent
(KL)
GSLB
5-7049
George R. McGhee
(MR)
Wright Labs 242
5-3832
Kenneth G. Miller
(MN)
Wright Labs 246
5-3622
Peter Rona
(RN)
IMCS 204E
2-6555 (241)
Yair Rosenthal
(RQ)
IMCS 119C
2-6555 (250)
Roy W. Schische
(SB)
Wright Labs 234
5-3142
Robert M. Sherrell
(SI)
IMCS 211D
2-6555 (252)
Carl C. Swisher
(SG)
Wright Labs 345
5-5363
Martha Oliver Withjack
(WL)
Wright Labs 239A
5-6974
James Wright
(WJ)
Wright Labs 238
5-5722

Offered in cooperation with the Department of Geological Sciences (Faculty of Arts and Sciences), this curriculum provides students with the principles that govern the processes that operate within and on the earth. It offers flexibility in the preparation for career objectives, which might include participation in the environmental/hydrogeology area, marine geology, quaternary geology, classical geology, or preparation for graduate studies.

Students planning professional careers in geology, including graduate study, should take additional courses in mathematics, physics, chemistry, or biology. A list of suggested courses is available in the department office. For more information, see the geological sciences listing in the Programs of Study for Liberal Arts Students section.


 
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