geology minor

Although this minor can be useful in a variety of fields, there are several classes within it that are perfect for students who may want to work in the petroleum industry. You’ll also get a good bit of geological foundations and an introduction to quantitative methods, which are used in academic research.

credits required for the Geology minor

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of students are assigned multiple advisers devoted to guiding them through their four years at WOU

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of students who apply to WOU are selected for admission

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Highlights of the program

    • Courses available with a focus on petrology
    • Gain expertise in sedimentary geology and what it means for our natural resource stores
    • Understand how terrain changes over time and how it affects the global picture

Example Courses

Faculty

MATTHEW GOSLIN

Non Tenure-Track Instructor, Earth/Physical Science
goslinm@wou.edu

JEFFREY MYERS

Professor, Earth/Physical Science
503-838-8365 | myersj@wou.edu | NS 214

JEREMIAH OXFORD

NTT Instructor, Earth/Physical Science
503-838-8680 | oxfordj@wou.edu | NS 212

WILLIAM SCHOENFELD

Associate Professor, Earth/Physical Science
503-838-8165 | schoenfw@wou.edu | NS 209

GRANT SMITH

NTT Instructor, Earth/Physical Science
503-838-8242 | smithg@wou.edu | NS 213

STEVE TAYLOR

Professor, Earth/Physical Science
503-838-8398 | taylors@wou.edu | NS 210

JEFFREY TEMPLETON

Professor, Department Head, Earth/Physical Science
503-838-8858 | templej@wou.edu | NS 211

PHILIP WADE

NTT Instructor, Earth/Physical Science
503-838-8225 | wadep@wou.edu | NS 112

QUESTIONS - Geology Minor

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Contact Us

Phone: 503-838-8858

Email: templej@wou.edu

Location: NS 211