Courses

Two students in lab coats in a SEOS lab
Whether in the field or in a lab, UVic School of Earth and Ocean Sciences takes learning beyond the lecture hall.

2019-20 course offerings are listed below.  Course descriptions and details are available in the current Academic Calendar.

EOS 110 Oceans and Atmospheres 

EOS 120 The Dynamic Earth 

EOS 170 Natural Hazards

 

EOS 201 Sedimentary Geology

EOS 202 Structural Geology 

EOS 205 Mineralogy

EOS 210 Introductory Geophysics

EOS 225 Earth System Modelling

EOS 240 Geochemistry

EOS 260 Earth System Evolution

EOS 300 Earth Science Field School

EOS 311 Biological Oceanography

EOS 312 Introductory Chemical Oceanography

EOS 313 Introductory Geological Oceanography 

EOS 314 Descriptive Physical Oceanography 

EOS 316 Igneous and Metamorphic Geology

EOS 330 Paleobiology

EOS 335 Isotopes in Natural Sciences

EOS 340 Atmospheric Sciences

EOS 350 Understanding The Oceans

EOS 365 Climate and Society

EOS 400 Advanced Field Geology

EOS 401 Oceanographic Field School

EOS 410 Global Tectonics

EOS 416 High Temperature Petrology

EOS 420 Resource Geology

EOS 425/538 Aqueous Geochemistry and the Environment

EOS 431/531 Physical Oceanography

EOS 440 Hydrogeology

EOS 450 Quaternary Geology

EOS 451/551 Introductory Dynamic Meteorology

EOS 460 Earth System Science

EOS 480 Applied Geophysics

EOS 490 Directed Studies in Earth and Ocean Sciences

EOS 499A Honours Thesis; EOS 499B Honours Thesis

2019-20 course offerings (to date) are listed below.  Course descriptions and details are available in the current Academic Calendar.

EOS 599 MSc Thesis - Students must enrol in 599 in their first term and remain enrolled until their thesis requirements have been completed.

EOS 699 PhD Dissertation - Students must enrol in 699 in their first term and remain enrolled until their thesis requirements have been completed.

EOS 693 PhD Candidacy Examination - Students must enrol in 693 in their first term and remain enrolled until their candidacy requirements have been completed, normally within the first two years of a PhD program.

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