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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
MG420P10
*)
Plutons, volcanoes, and orogeny through time ST *) 2/0 Ex 4200 B+M
MG420P11 Rock magnetism in practice ST *) 0/2 C 4200      M+P
MG420P12 3D modeling in geology ST ##) 1/1 C+Ex 4200      M+P
MG422P49
*)
Evolution of Global Ecosystem in Geological Past ST *) 2/1 C+Ex 4200 B+M
MG421T15 Excursion of sedimentary geology ST *) 0/1 week C 4200 B+M+P
MG421P13 Sedimentary Petrology ST #) 2/1 C+Ex 4200      M+P
MG421C35 Microscopy of Sedimentary Rocks WT *) 0/2 C 4200      M+P
MG421P44 Climate changes in Earth's history WT *) 2/0 Ex 4200 B+M
MG420P05 Dynamic Earth: Outstanding issues of modern geology ST *) 2/0 Ex 4200      M+P
MG420P09 Journal Club of the Institute of Geology and Paleontology both *) 0/2 C 4200      M+P
MG420E01 Research Project in Geology and Paleontology both 0/8 C 4200 B+M+P
MG422S42A Paleontological seminar WT 0/1 C 4200 B+M+P
MG422S42B Paleontological seminar ST 0/1 C 4200 B+M+P
MG421S35A Sedimentary Geology Seminar WT 0/2 C 4200 B+M+P
MG421S35B Sedimentary Geology Seminar ST 0/2 C 4200 B+M+P
MG421P8E Regional Geology ST **) 0/2 Ex 4200 B+M
MG420P13
*)
Earth magnetism: Geological, paleoclimatic, and biological applications ST *) 2/0 Ex 4200      M+P
MG421P33 Petrology and Technology of Coal WT *) 2/1 Ex 4200      M+P
MG420P04 Sequence Stratigraphy WT #) 2/1 C+Ex 4200 B+M
MG421P38 Geology of Sedimentary Basins WT ##) 2/1 C+Ex 4200      M+P
MG421T04E Geologic field trips (for Erasmus students) ST 0/3 days C 4200 B+M+P
MG421T24E Field Course from the Regional Geology ST 1/0 week C 4200 B+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
MG431T39E Urban geology – excursion ST *) 1/0 C 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
MG440P23 Isotope Geochemistry – Geochronology WT *) 2/1 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
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
MG440S51A Seminar in petrology and structural geology WT 0/1 C 4400 B+M
MG440S51B ST
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
MG451P48
*)
Grand Challenges in Engineering Geology ST *) 2/1 C+Ex 4500 B+M
MG452P48 Geoelectrical prospecting WT *) 2/1 C+Ex 4500 B+M

 

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.

#) not taught in 2020/21 (the course is taught as cyclical)
##) not taught in 2021/22 (the course is taught as cyclical)
*) starting from 2020/21
**) starting from 2019/20


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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