2nd Year Student Information Session

Examining a rock on the Nova Scotia field trip

Examining a rock on the Nova Scotia field trip 


We are holding an information session on:

ERTH 3203 [0.5 credit]
Applied Sedimentology

Field-based analysis of sedimentary processes as developed in modern and preserved in ancient geological environments. This course occurs off campus over a 10-day period. A supplementary fee may apply.
Precludes additional credit for ERTH 3201 (no longer offered). 
Prerequisite(s): ERTH 2102ERTH 2104ERTH 2105ERTH 2312ERTH 2314ERTH 2406ERTH 2802 and a second-year Earth Sciences average of 8.00 and permission of the department. 


When: Thursday, March 19th @ 4:30 p.m.
 3120 HP
Who: 2nd year students 


This course is a degree requirement for many programs. You can check if it is required for your program in the Undergraduate Calendar.

Please ensure that you meet the prerequisites. If you meet the prerequisites, but do not have this degree requirement, you are very welcome to attend.

Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact your sarah [dot] adamsaston [at] carleton [dot] ca (Undergraduate Administrator).


Please make sure you attend.