The Bachelor’s degree in Geology aims at teaching the theoretical and practical foundations of geosciences through a theoretical-practical approach, building upon a solid foundation in mathematics, physics and chemistry. This degree is conceived to be the first part of a comprehensive course which extends at the Master level with two different curricula offered in the Laurea Magistrale in Scienze e Tecnologie Geologiche at the University of Cagliari.
The Course confers the academic title of “Dottore in Geologia” (Doctor in Geology), which allows immediate access to the job market through enrolment in the Junior Register of Geologists, after passing an independent state examination. In order to obtain the degree, the student must acquire 180 university credits (CFU) over 3 years.
In addition to practical exercises in the field and in the laboratory, the course also includes training periods and the possibility of spending a period abroad at other European universities as part of the Erasmus+ project.
The precise time periods for carrying out teaching activities (lectures, tutorials, seminars, laboratory and supplementary activities) is established for each academic year and consists of two semesters. For further information please refer to the Teaching pages.