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Available TAship Positions  2015-16


TA Positions available ‐ 2015/16 ‐ Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering at Queen's

* Qualifications / Background Requirements:

a) Completion of a minimum of 2nd year Geological Engineering, including this course with at least a B average.

b) Completion of a minimum of 2nd year Geological Sciences, including this course with at least a B average.

c) Completion of a minimum of 3rd year Geological Engineering, including this course with at least a B average.

d) Completion of a minimum of 3rd year Geological Sciences, including this course, with at least a B average.

e) Completion of this course, or equivalent, with at least a B average.

f) Completion of a Geological Engineering degree.

g) Completion of a Geological Sciences degree.

 

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Course Prefix Course Number Term Title Instructor Minimum Qualifications / Background Requirements *
APSC 151 F The Earth's Physical Environment Hanes a or b, and e
GEOL 102 F Gemstones:  The Art, Commerce, History and Science of Precious Materials Peterson c or d
GEOL 104 F The Dynamic Earth Layton-Matthews a or b, and e
GEOL 104 W The Dynamic Earth Layton-Matthews a or b, and e
GEOL 106 F Environmental Geology and Natural Hazards   a or b, and e
GEOL 106 W Environmental Geology and Natural Hazards Hanes c or d, and e
GEOLE 107 F The History of Life Narbonne Head TA ‐ [e] OR [f or g, and taking or completed a graduate course in sedimentology / paleontology]                                                                                        TA - e OR [f or g]                                                                                                     
GEOL 200 F Oceanography James & Kyser e, f and/or g
GEOLE 221 F Geological Field Methods Archibald [c or d, and e] or [f or g,  with field experience]  **Please submit a list of experience in the area of field courses taken, mapping and/or site investigation done and past courses TA'd
GEOLE 232 F Mineralogy Peterson c or d, and e
GEOLE 235 W Genesis and Characterisation of Solid Earth Materials Layton-Matthews f or g and e
GEOLE 238 W Surficial Processes Narbonne c or d, with at least an A in the course and completed an upper year /graduate course in sedimentology
GEOLE 249 W Geophysical Characteristics of the Earth Harrap c or d, and e
GEOLE 262 W Geological Aspects of Mineral Deposits Peterson c or d, and e
GEOE 281 F Earth Systems Engineering I Diederichs c  and e
GEOLE 282 W Earth Systems Engineering II Hanes c or d, and e
GEOE 300 S Geological Field School Diederichs f or g, and e
GEOLE 319 W Applied Geophysics Braun c or d, and e
GEOLE 321 F Analysis of Rock Structures Godin c or d, and e
GEOLE 333 W Terrain Evaluation Harrap c or d, and e
GEOLE 337 F Paleontology Narbonne e OR [f or g, and taking or completed a graduate course in sedimentology/paleontology]
GEOE 345 W Site Investigation Fotopoulos f
GEOE 359 F Applications of Quantitative Analysis in Geological Engineering Fotopoulos f
GEOLE 362 F Petrology Applied to Ore Deposits Olivo c or d, and e
GEOLE 365 W Geochemical Characterisation of the Earth Kyser f or g and e
GEOLE 368 F Carbonate Sedimentology James e, f and/or g
GEOE 410 F Applied Geological Engineering Field School Harrap, Hutchinson f
GEOE 413 F Engineering Geology and Design Diederichs f
GEOLE 419 F Geophysics field school Braun f or g, and e
GEOL 439 W Advanced Geophysics  Braun f or g
GEOE 446 F Engineering Design Project I Hutchinson c and e
GEOE 447 W Engineering Design Project II Hutchinson c   and  e
GEOLE 452 W Instrumental Techniques Applied to the Study of Solids Peterson f or g
GEOL 462 W Advanced Petrogenesis and Metallogenesis Layton-Matthews f or g and e
GEOLE 463 F Methods of Geological Data Analysis Harrap e
GEOLE 475 W Exploration and Environmental Geochemistry   Kyser f or g, and e

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