May 27, 2019  
2012-2013 SDSM&T Academic Catalog 
    
2012-2013 SDSM&T Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Courses above 400 level are normally reserved for graduate studies; however, with approval, undergraduate students may take graduate level courses.  Graduate students may also, with approval, take undergraduate courses.

Students must receive a passing grade of “D” or better for any prerequisite course unless specifically stated.

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Student Exchange - International

   •  EXCH 487 Study Abroad
   •  EXCH 489 Student Exchange - International
   •  EXPL 285/385/485/585/685 Study Abroad Experiences

General Engineering

   •  GE 130/130L Introduction to Engineering/Lab
   •  GE 498 Interdisciplinary Capstone Senior Design

Geological Engineering

   •  GEOE 110L Introduction to Geological and Mining Engineering/Lab
   •  GEOE 211/211L Earth Systems Engineering Analysis/Lab
   •  GEOE 221/221L Geology for Engineers/Lab
   •  GEOE 322/322L Structural Geology/Lab
   •  GEOE 324/324L Engineering Geophysics I/Lab
   •  GEOE 410 Engineering Field Geology
   •  GEOE 412/512 Science and Engineering Field Applications
   •  GEOE 421/521 Aqueous Geochemistry
   •  GEOE 425/425L/525/525L Engineering Geophysics II/Lab
   •  GEOE 451/451L Economic Geology/Lab
   •  GEOE 452/452L/552/552L Geochemical Exploration/Lab
   •  GEOE 461 Petroleum Drilling and Production Engineering
   •  GEOE 464 Geological Engineering Design Project I
   •  GEOE 465 Geological Engineering Design Project II
   •  GEOE 466/466L/566/566L Engineering and Environmental Geology/Lab
   •  GEOE 468/468L/568/568L Geohazards/Lab
   •  GEOE 475/475L Ground Water/Lab
   •  GEOE 482/482L Applied Geomorphology/Lab
   •  GEOE 491 Independent Study
   •  GEOE 492 Topics
   •  GEOE 615 Advanced Field Methods in Ground Water
   •  GEOE 641 Geochemistry
   •  GEOE 662 Analytical Methods in Ground Water
   •  GEOE 663/663L Ground-Water Geochemistry/Lab
   •  GEOE 664/664L Advanced Ground Water/Lab
   •  GEOE 682 Fluvial Processes
   •  GEOE 691 Independent Study
   •  GEOE 692 Topics
   •  GEOE 700 Research Methods
   •  GEOE 766/766L Digital Modeling of Ground Water Flow Systems/Lab
   •  GEOE 768 Engineering Geology of Surficial Deposits
   •  GEOE 790 Seminar
   •  GEOE 798 Thesis
   •  GEOE 898 Dissertation

Geography

   •  GEOG 101 Introduction to Geography
   •  GEOG 210 World Regional Geography
   •  GEOG 212 Geography of North America
   •  GEOG 400 Cultural Geography
   •  GEOG 492 Topics

Geology

   •  GEOL 201 Physical Geology
   •  GEOL 201L Physical Geology Laboratory
   •  GEOL 212/212L Mineralogy and Crystallography/Lab
   •  GEOL 314/314L Mineralology and Petrology for Mining Engineers/Lab
   •  GEOL 323 Search for Our Past
   •  GEOL 331/331L Stratigraphy and Sedimentation/Lab
   •  GEOL 341/341L Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology/Lab
   •  GEOL 351 Earth Resources and the Environment
   •  GEOL 361 Oceanography I
   •  GEOL 372 Dinosaurs
   •  GEOL 376 Geospatial Field Methods
   •  GEOL 403/503 Regional Field Geology
   •  GEOL 410 Field Geology
   •  GEOL 412/512 Science and Engineering Field Applications
   •  GEOL 416/416L/516/516L Introduction to GIS/Lab
   •  GEOL 417/517 Geospatial Databases
   •  GEOL 419/519 Advanced Geospatial Analysis
   •  GEOL 420/520 Introduction to Remote Sensing
   •  GEOL 442/442L/542/542L Optical Petrology/Lab
   •  GEOL 461/461L Invertebrate Paleontology/Lab
   •  GEOL 464 Senior Research I
   •  GEOL 465 Senior Research II
   •  GEOL 471/571 Field Paleontology
   •  GEOL 472/472L/572/572L Museum Conservation and Curation/Lab
   •  GEOL 473/473L/573/573L Museum Preparation Techniques and Exhibit Design/Lab
   •  GEOL 474/574 Paleontological Resource Management
   •  GEOL 476/576 Petroleum Geology
   •  GEOL 491 Independent Study
   •  GEOL 492 Topics
   •  GEOL 604 Advanced Field Geology
   •  GEOL 621/621L Advanced Structural Geology/Lab
   •  GEOL 622 Geotectonics
   •  GEOL 632 Rocky Mountain Stratigraphy
   •  GEOL 633/633L Sedimentation/Lab
   •  GEOL 644/644L Petrology of the Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks/Lab
   •  GEOL 650 Seminar in Ore Deposits
   •  GEOL 652 Problems in Ore Deposits
   •  GEOL 656L Scanning Electron Microscopy
   •  GEOL 670 Principles of X-Ray Diffraction
   •  GEOL 672/672L Micropaleontology/Lab
   •  GEOL 673/673L Comparative Osteology/Lab
   •  GEOL 676/676L Vertebrate Paleontology/Lab
   •  GEOL 678/678L Vertebrate Biostratigraphy/Lab
   •  GEOL 691 Independent Study
   •  GEOL 692 Topics
   •  GEOL 700 Research Methods
   •  GEOL 790 Seminar
   •  GEOL 798 Thesis
   •  GEOL 808 Fundamental Problems in Engineering and Science
   •  GEOL 898 Dissertation

German

   •  GER 101 Introductory German I
   •  GER 102 Introductory German II

General Engineering and Science

   •  GES 115M University Mentoring

General Studies

   •  GS 900 Visiting Scholars

History

   •  HIST 121 Western Civilization I
   •  HIST 122 Western Civilization II
 

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