Preparing Tomorrow’s Geoscientists
Geology draws on sciences such as chemistry, physics, biology, mathematics and geography. The modern geologist is a well-rounded scientist.
The Geology program at Brandon University offers many exciting opportunities for undergraduate students. An active research program allows our students to participate in national and international projects, and provides a wonderful dimension to their education that is generally not possible for undergraduate students at larger universities. The Geology faculty aren’t just academics and researchers, they also bring many years of applied national and international experience working for industry and government organizations, from Arctic Canada to West Africa, Western Europe to Southeastern Asia, Australia to the Southwestern United States, and from Central to South America. This greatly enhances the learning and career opportunities for our geology students, who are excellently positioned to make a major positive contribution as professional geoscientists, geoscience educators and researchers of tomorrow. Geology is a global science, and Canadian geologists are in demand worldwide.
The Geology Department, in conjunction with alumni, the petroleum and mining industries, and appropriate government departments, operates a successful co-op work experience program for geology students.
The four-year degree program provides the academic requirements to become a registered Professional Geoscientist.
Sample of Available Courses
- Intro to Earth Science
- Historical Geology
- Earth’s Mineral Resources
- Environmental Geology
- Work Experience in Geology
- Mineral Deposits
- Petroleum Geology
Approximate Costs for 2011/2012
- Tuition: $4032
- Text Books: $918
- Note: Some courses may be charged a materials/service fee.
- Petroleum Industry, Mining Industry, Environmental Geologist, Government Agencies, Teaching, Graduate Studies in Geology, Consulting