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Programms, Courses and Theses offered by the Department of Geophysics

Degree programms

Master Physics of Earth and Atmosphere (PEA) - for more information concerning application, requirements, deadlines etc. please see this site

Master Geosciences and Bachelor Geosciences - for more information visit the Steinmann-Institute

Theses

If you intend to write your Bachelor Thesis in Geophysics, you should plan your B.Sc. Geosciences studies carefully:

Choose courses as follows:

  • 1. Semester: Basics in Mathematics and Physics, Modules B05 and B06
  • 2. Semester: Further Mathematics and Physics practical, Modules B15 and B16
  • 3. Semester: Mathematical Methods in Geophysics, Module B39
  • 4. Semester: Environmental Geophysics, Geophysics, and Time Series Analysis Modules B12, B47 and B48
  • 5. Semester: Applied Geophysics, Module B57

Choosing Geophysics as main subject in M.Sc. PEA you will write your Master Thesis with the Geophysics group. Please join our Research seminar in your second semester and get to know our research topics.

M.Sc. Geoscience students intending to write the Master Thesis with us are required to pass following courses:

  • Hydrogeophysics M51
  • Applied Hydrogeophysics M52
  • Prognostic Modelling M53
  • Geodynamics M54
  • and further courses offered by the group.

Are you a M.Sc. Physics student? We also offer theses for you!

Interested? Please contact Prof. Andreas Kemna.


Courses

Master level courses:

    • Hydrogeophysics, Applied Hydrogeophysics, Hydrophysical Process Simulation
    • Geodynamics/Tectonophysics, Mass Flows, Earthquake Physics
    • Inverse Modelling

    Bachelor level courses

    • Applied Geophysics, Environmental Geophysics, Global Geophysics
    • Mathematical Methods in Geophysics, Time Series Analysis

    Join our Research Seminar for more insight into our research topics!

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