School of Graduate Studies

School of Graduate Studies
School of Graduate Studies

GeoEngineering

GENG-840     GeoEngineering Seminar     
Illustrate all areas of GeoEngineering research and practice; emphasis on
breadth and interdisciplinary aspects; preparation, delivery and audience participation in oral presentations; the course links students from departments participating in the Collaborative Graduate Program in GeoEngineering; opportunities are provided to develop and refine presentation skills, to give and receive constructive criticism, and to pose and respond to questions. Instructors: GeoEngineering faculty, Invited lecturers.

GENG-842*     Special Topics in Geoengineering II     
A course unit will be composed of two modules on various topics in GeoEngineering and Applied Geoscience. Each module will consist of a workshop or short course as approved by the GeoEngineering Graduate Coordinator. The unit will be completed within two years. Specific modules to be available during each academic year will be announced in September or, in exceptional circumstances, as opportunities arise.   I.D. Moore  Term: F, W, S as modules are available.

GENG-843*     Special Topics in Geoengineering III     
Current topics of interest to geoengineering students, as well as other engineering and nonengineering students, will be presented. Fall, Winter, Summer (when lecture is available). Faculty and visiting instructors (managed by I.D. Moore, GeoEngineering Graduate Coordinator)

GENG-844     GeoEngineering Short Course- I     
The course will be a one or two day short course on various topics in GeoEngineering and Applied Geoscience, as approved by the GeoEngineering Graduate Coordinator. Specific short courses will be available during each academic year as announced in September or as opportunities arise. (1.5 credit units)

GENG-845     GeoEngineering Short Course- II     
The course will be a one or two day short course on various topics in GeoEngineering and Applied Geoscience, as approved by the GeoEngineering Graduate Coordinator. Specific short courses will be available during each academic year as announced in September or as opportunities arise. (1.5 credit units)