Solid Earth Geophysics combines geology with geophysics to study the structure of the Earth’s interior and the physical processes related to its evolution. This is not only crucial for understanding phenomena such as earthquake and volcanic activity related to plate tectonics, but also important for exploration of natural resources, environmental studies and engineering, for example. Below you will find a list of courses available in the Solid Earth Geophysics study track and you can learn more about our research, teaching, and other activities on the Solid Earth Geophysics wiki page.

Previous studies required for this study track:
BSc in geosciences or related field with minor studies in physics