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Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering

Available TAship Positions  2015-16


TA Positions available ‐ 2015/16 ‐ Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering at Queen's

* Qualifications / Background Requirements:

a) Completion of a minimum of 2nd year Geological Engineering, including this course with at least a B average.

b) Completion of a minimum of 2nd year Geological Sciences, including this course with at least a B average.

c) Completion of a minimum of 3rd year Geological Engineering, including this course with at least a B average.

d) Completion of a minimum of 3rd year Geological Sciences, including this course, with at least a B average.

e) Completion of this course, or equivalent, with at least a B average.

f) Completion of a Geological Engineering degree.

g) Completion of a Geological Sciences degree.

 

Course Prefix

Course Number

Term

Title

Instructor

Minimum Qualifications / Background Requirements *

APSC

151

F

The Earth's Physical Environment

Hanes

a or b, and e

GEOL

102

F

Gemstones:  The Art, Commerce, History and Science of Precious Materials

Peterson

c or d

GEOL

104

F

The Dynamic Earth

Layton-Matthews

a or b, and e

GEOL

104

W

The Dynamic Earth

Layton-Matthews

a or b, and e

GEOL

106

F

Environmental Geology and Natural Hazards

 TBD

a or b, and e

GEOL

106

W

Environmental Geology and Natural Hazards

Hanes

c or d, and e

GEOLE

107

F

The History of Life

Narbonne

Head TA ‐ [e] OR [f or g, and taking or completed a graduate course in sedimentology / paleontology]                                                                    TA - e OR [f or g]                                                                                                     

GEOL

200

F

Oceanography

James & Kyser

e, f and/or g

GEOLE

221

F

Geological Field Methods

Archibald

[c or d, and e] or [f or g,  with field experience]  **Please submit a list of experience in the area of field courses taken, mapping and/or site investigation done and past courses TA'd

GEOLE

232

F

Mineralogy

Peterson

c or d, and e

GEOLE

235

W

Genesis and Characterisation of Solid Earth Materials

Layton-Matthews

f or g and e

GEOLE

238

W

Surficial Processes

Narbonne

c or d, with at least an A in the course and completed an upper year /graduate course in sedimentology

GEOLE

249

W

Geophysical Characteristics of the Earth

Harrap

c or d, and e

GEOLE

262

W

Geological Aspects of Mineral Deposits

Peterson

c or d, and e

GEOE

281

F

Earth Systems Engineering I

Diederichs

c  and e

GEOLE not offered

282

W

Earth Systems Engineering II

Hanes

c or d, and e

GEOE

300

S

Geological Field School

Diederichs

f or g, and e

GEOLE

319

W

Applied Geophysics

Braun

c or d, and e

GEOLE

321

F

Analysis of Rock Structures

Godin

c or d, and e

GEOLE

333

W

Terrain Evaluation

Harrap

c or d, and e

GEOLE

337

F

Paleontology

Narbonne

e OR [f or g, and taking or completed a graduate course in sedimentology/paleontology]

GEOL

342

W

Vertebrate Paleontology

Dececchi

C or d or e

GEOL

343

W

Hydrogeology

TBD

C or d or e

GEOE

345

W

Site Investigation

Fotopoulos

f

GEOE

359

W

Applications of Quantitative Analysis in Geological Engineering

Fotopoulos

f

GEOLE

362

W

Petrology Applied to Ore Deposits

Olivo

c or d, and e

GEOLE

365

F

Geochemical Characterisation of the Earth

Kyser

f or g and e

GEOLE

368

F

Carbonate Sedimentology

James

e, f and/or g

GEOE

410

F

Applied Geological Engineering Field School

Harrap, Hutchinson

f

GEOE

413

F

Engineering Geology and Design

Diederichs

f

GEOLE

419

F

Geophysics field school

Braun

f or g, and e

GEOL

439

W

Advanced Geophysics 

Braun

f or g

GEOE

446

F

Engineering Design Project I

Hutchinson

c and e

GEOE

447

W

Engineering Design Project II

Hutchinson

c   and  e

GEOLE 

452

F

Instrumental Techniques Applied to the Study of Solids

Kyser, Layton-Matthews

f or g

GEOL

462

W

Advanced Petrogenesis and Metallogenesis

Olivo

f or g and e

GEOLE

463

F

Methods of Geological Data Analysis

Harrap

e

GEOLE

466

W

Isotopes and the Environment

Kyser

E or f or g

GEOLE

475

F

Exploration and Environmental Geochemistry  

Kyser

f or g, and e

GEOLE

481

W

Advanced Structural Analysis

Godin

E or f or g

 

 

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