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Degree Plan for M.Sc. in Geophysics
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
GEOP 501 Reflection Seismology303
GEOP 502 Potential Theory Methods303
GEOP xxx Geophysics Elective I 303
909
Second Semester
GEOP 503 Solid Earth Geophysics303
GEOP xxx Geophysics Elective II 303
XXX xxx Free Elective I *303
GEOP 599 Seminar100
1009
Third Semester
MATH 5xx Graduate Mathematics Course 303
XXX xxx Free Elective II*303
GEOP 610 M.S. Thesis 00-
606
Fourth Semester
GEOP 610 M.S. Thesis 006
006
Total Credit Hours30
Note :
  • ​​Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies by the middle of the second semester from enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. 
  • Up to two 400-level elective courses may allowed on recommendations of the advisor. 
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives.​
  • ​*. The Free Elective courses can be taken from any academic department (including Earth Sciences Department) provided the courses are 500-level or higher and approved by the student’s academic advisor. 

Degree Plan for Master in Geophysics
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
GEOP 501 Reflection Seismology303
GEOP 502 Potential Theory Methods303
GEOP 5xx Geophyiscs Elective I 303
XXX xxx Free Elective I*303
12012
Second Semester
GEOP 503 Solid Earth Geopysics 303
GEOP xxx Geophysics Elective II 303
GEOP 599 Seminar100
XXX xxx Free Elective III*303
1009
Third Semester
MATH 5xx Graduate Mathematics Course 303
GEOP xxx Geophysics Elective III303
XXX xxx Free Elective III*303
XXX xxx Free Elective IV*303
12012
Fourth Semester
GEOP xxx Geolphysics Elective IV 303
XXX xxx Geophysics Elective V303
GEOL 600 Geophysics Master Report003
609
Total Credit Hours42
Note :
  • ​​Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies by the middle of the second semester from enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. 
  • Up to two 400-level elective courses may allowed on recommendations of the advisor. 
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives.​
  • ​*. The Free Elective courses can be taken from any academic department (including Earth Sciences Department) provided the courses are 500-level or higher and approved by the student’s academic advisor. 

Degree Plan for Ph.D. in Geophysics
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
GEOP 602 Geophysical Wave Propagation303
GEOP 603 Numerical Modeling in Geophysics303
XXX xxx Free Elective I303
909
Second Semester
GEOP 604 Geophysical Signal Analysis303
GEOP xxx Geophysics Elective I303
MATH xxx Math Elective303
909
Third Semester
GEOP 699 Seminar100
GEOP xxx Geophysics Elective II303
GEOP 701 Directed Research I003
XXX xxx Free Elective II303
709
Fourth Semester
GEOP 702 Directed Research II003
GEOP 711 PhD Pre-Dissertation003
006
Fifth Semester
GEOP 712 PhD Dissertation 00-
000
Sixth Semester
GEOP 712 PhD Dissertation009
009
Total Credit Hours42
Note :
  • ​​Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies by the middle of the second semester from enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. 
  • Up to two 400-level elective courses may allowed on recommendations of the advisor. 
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives.​