Jackson School of Geosciences
Jackson School of Geosciences
Department of Geological SciencesBureau of Economic GeologyInstitute for Geophysics

Geology 428 - Structural Geology

Description, classification, and origin of earth structures. Solution of problems by descriptive geometry, geologic maps, and contouring. Three lecture hours and three laboratory hours a week for one semester. Normally offered in the fall semester only. Prerequisite: For students pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Geological Sciences, Geological Sciences 420K with a grade of at least C, Physics 301 and 101L or 303K and 103M with a grade of at least C in each, and credit with a grade of at least C or registration for Mathematics 408C or 408K (or 308K); for students pursuing the Bachelor of Arts with a major in geological sciences, Geological Sciences 420K with a grade of at least C and three semester hours of coursework in mathematics other than Mathematics 301, 316K, or 316L; for others, consent of instructor.


About DGS Contacts Chairman's Welcome Directions & Map Academic Community Support & Opportunities Facilities Size & Scope Rankings Great Advances
About JSG Alumni News & Events JSG People JSG Research JSG Resources
 & Facilities
Undergrad Main Admissions Academics Geoscience Courses Student Life GEO660: Field Geology Careers Current Undergraduates
Graduate Main Admissions & Support Academics Geoscience Courses Student Life Energy & Earth Resources Careers Current Grad Students
Faculty & Research Main A-Z Faculty Directory Expertise Guide Graduate Curricular Programs Research Programs & Centers Faculty Search Positions
Careers Main Career Services for Students For Recruiters Current Job Postings Funding Opportunities Recruiting Schedule List of Recruiters Placement Statistics Career Links
Resources & Facilities Computing Facilities Laboratory Contacts Geology Library Room Schedule Policies, Procedures, Forms Related UT Austin Units
DGS Faculty & Staff JSG Directory Dean’s Off/Foundation BEG Staff List UTIG People UT Directory