Discipline Subjects

The remainder of the program consists of 60 units from either the Discipline or Supporting Science subjects; no more than 36 units can be from Supporting Science. The program of study must be approved by the student's academic advisor and the undergraduate committee of the department.

12.005

Applications of Continuum Mechanics to Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences

12.006J

Nonlinear Dynamics I: Chaos

12.007

Geobiology: The History of Life on Earth

12.008

Classical Mechanics: A computational approach

12.021

Earth Science, Energy, and the Environment

12.086

Modeling Environmental Complexity

12.102

Environmental Earth Science

12.104

Geochemistry of the Earth and Planets

12.108

Structure of Earth Materials

12.109

Petrology

12.113

Structural Geology

12.114

Field Geology

12.119

Analytical Techniques for Studying Environmental & Geological Samples

12.120

Environmental Earth Science Field Course

12.158

Molecular Biochemistry

12.163

Geomorphology

12.170

Essentials of Geology

12.201

Essentials of Geophysics

12.207

Nonlinear Dynamics: Continuum Systems

12.213

Alternate Energy Sources

12.214

Environmental Geophysics

12.301

Past and Present Climate

12.306

Atmospheric Physics and Chemistry

12.310

An Introduction to Weather Forecasting

12.333

Atmospheric and Ocean Circulations

12.336J

Air Pollution

12.338

Aerosol and Cloud Microphysics

12.385

Environmental Science and Society

12.340

Global Warming Science

12.348J

Global Climate Change: Economics, Science, and Policy

12.420

Physics and Chemistry of the Solar System

12.425

Extrasolar Planets: Physics and Detection Techniques

12.43J

Space Systems Engineering

12.431J

Space Systems Development I