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Geology

 

B/M/P = Course suitable more for Bachelor / Master / PhD students

All courses in the list are guaranteed to be taught in English.

► The complete list of subjects taught at the Faculty of Science can be found also on the Student Information System (SIS).

 

SIS code Course Name Term               Department Grade
MG421T04E Geologic field trips (for Erasmus students) ST 0/3 days C 4200 B+M
MG421T24E Field Course from the Regional Geology ST 1/0 weeks C 4200 B+M
MG420E01 Research Project in Geology and Paleontology both 0/8 C 4200 B+M
MG422S42A Paleontological seminar WT 0/1 C 4200 B+M
MG422S42B Paleontological seminar ST 0/1 C 4200 B+M
MG421S35A Sedimentary Geology Seminar WT 0/2 C 4200 B+M
MG421S35B Sedimentary Geology Seminar ST 0/2 C 4200 B+M
MG421P08E Regional Geology of the Czech Republic ST #) 3/0 Ex 4200      M+P
MG421P8E
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Regional Geology of the Czech Republic – small version ST **) 2/0 Ex 4200      M+P
MG431P07E Environmental geochemistry WT 2/0 Ex 4300 B+M
MG432P27E Geology of construction materials WT 2/1 C+Ex 4300 B+M
MG432P29E Metallic deposits: Geology, mining, and environmental impact ST *) 2/0 C+Ex 4300 B+M
MG431P17E Waste geochemistry ST 2/0 Ex 4300 B+M
MG431P14E Principles of Exobiology WT 2/1 C+Ex 4300      M+P
MG440P10E Petrology of metamorphic rocks WT 2/2 C+Ex 4400 B+M
MG440P26 Rheology and Deformation Microstructures WT 2/1 C+Ex 4400 B+M
MG440P24 Magmatic Processes ST 2/1 C+Ex 4400 B+M
MG440P44 Data analysis in R and Python WT 1/2 Ex 4400 B+M
MG440C08E Microscopy of rock-forming minerals WT 1/2 C(+Ex) 4400 B+M
MG440C28A Advanced Reading Course WT 0/2 C 4400 B+M
MG440C28B Advanced Reading Course ST 0/2 C 4400 B+M
MG440P17E Fundamentals of Structural Geology ST 2/2 C+Ex 4400 B+M
MG440C12E Microscopy of rocks ST 1/2 C(+Ex) 4400 B+M
MG440P46 Advanced Structural Geology WT 2/1 Ex 4400      M
MG440P55 Magnetic Anisotropy and Paleomagnetism WT 1/0 Ex 4400 B+M
MG440P35 Advanced Metamorphic Petrology WT 2/1 Ex 4400 B+M
MG440S50 Seminar in petrology and structural geology both 0/1 C 4400 B+M
MG440P73 Numerical Modelling of Heat Transfer in Geology ST 1/2 C+Ex 4400      M
MG440P71 Geological Thermodynamics ST 3/2 C+Ex 4400      M
MG440P70 Dynamics of Magma Chambers ST 2/1 Ex 4400      M
MG440P37 Geodynamics of Lithosphere WT 2/1 Ex 4400      M
MG451P01E Hydrogeologie WT 2/2 C+Ex 4500 B
MG452P88 Geothermal energy WT 2/0 Ex 4500 B
MG451P38 Vadose zone hydrology WT 1/2 C+Ex 4500 B+M
MG451P05E Groundwater hydraulics both 2/1 C+Ex 4500 B+M
MG451P18E Groundwater protection  I ST 2/1 Ex 4500 B+M
MG451P65E Mathematical modelling in geomechanics  I ST 2/1 C 4500      M
MG451P71 Mathematical modelling in geomechanics  II WT 2/1 C+Ex 4500      M
MG451P55E Soil mechanics  I WT 2/3 C+Ex 4500
MG451P60E Soil mechanics  II ST 3/2 C+Ex 4500
MG452P11E Applied geophysics both 3/1 C+Ex 4500
MG452P75E Geoelectrical and well-logging prospecting ST 3/2 C+Ex 4500

 

4200 (SIS) = Institute of Geology and Paleontology
4300 (SIS) = Institute of Geochemistry, Mineralogy, and Mineral Resources
4400 (SIS) = Institute of Petrology and Structural Geology
4500 (SIS) = Institute of Hydrogeology, Engineering Geology, and Applied Geophysics

SIS = Student Information System

WT = Winter Term / Semester (October – February)
ST = Summer Term / Semester (February – June)

Hours per week: e.g. 1/1 = 1 lecture (45 minutes) + 1 exercise (45 minutes)
Ex = Exam,  C = Credit

B/M/P = Course suitable more for Bachelor / Master / PhD students

All courses in the list are guaranteed to be taught in English.

*) starting from 2018/19
**) starting from 2019/20
#) finish at 2018/19


Please note that MARKS can be given only for subjects finishing with an exam (Ex or C+Ex in the detail of the subject) !!!
Other subjects can only be evaluated with credit points!

 

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