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Leeds University

Engineering geology

One year full-time, two or three years full-time interrupted study, on course operating since 1966. Run jointly by school of earth sciences with mining and department of civil engineering. Entry is second class honours degree in geology, civil or mining engineering. Supported by NERC. Two terms of taught course comprising engineering geology, hydrogeology, soil mechanics, foundation engineering, rock mechanics, photogeology, clay mineralogy, contaminated land and engineering geophysics, followed by four-months of individual project work , usually in co-operation with industry.

m.defreitas@ic.ac.uk Alastair Lumsden, School ofEarth Sciences, University of Leeds, LS2 9JT.Tel: 0113 2335232. Fax: 01132335259. Email: a.lumsden@earth.leeds.ac.uk

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