The first two years of this four-year degree are shared with the BSc programme whilst the final two years provide more advanced training. The third year is spent at a partner university in North America.
Field-based training is key. You will gain skills in analysis, synthesis, problem solving, research and reporting, while experiencing a different and diverse culture and learning environment. The number of places available on this degree programme is limited. If you apply, but do not achieve the required grades, you will be offered a place on either F601 or F600, provided you obtain the required grades for those programmes.
This degree is accredited by the Geological Society of London, satisfying the requirements of Fellowship and Chartered Geologist status.