Study Programmes in Geology
The Department of Geology offers study programmes at three levels:
- Bachelor degree (Norwegian programme)
- Master degree (English programme)
- PhD degree
|Master in geology
This study programme has three lines of study:
- Polar Marine Geology and Geophysics
- Crustal Dynamics
- Coastal and Terrestrial Geology
A master student who has been admitted to one of these lines, can choose from the list of available master thesis and contact the indicated supervisor. The thesis will decide which optional courses are to be taken in addition to the mandatory courses in the line, to fullfill the 120 ECTS study programme. The master thesis itself is 60 ECTS. A supervision contract is signed by the supervisor and student.
Useful links about master studies:
- How to apply for foreign students
- Supervision contract
- List of geology master students
PhD programme in geology
Phd programmes in all research topics at the department are offered, and today there are students from several nations represented.
To get admitted to PhD studies, applicants must hold a master degree of 5 years, or equivalent approved by the faculty.
The Phd education is partly organised in a research school:
Phd Trainee School in Artic Marine Geology and Geophysics
Useful links about PhD studies:
- Application form
- Rules and regulations + supplementary regulations
- Info and list of PhD students (in Norw.)
Course code 1XXX and 2XXX indicate bachelor level, 3XXX is master level and 8XXX is PhD level.
- Courses fall semester 2010
- Complete geology course catalogue
Otherwise we refer to our programmes taught in Norwegian
Responsible: Kai Mortensen
Last changed: 21.06.2011