Course evaluations

Course evaluations allow the possibility to affect and take responsibility for your own learning and gives important information for our work with pedagogical development.

It's important that all students complete the course evaluations after each course, it gives the Department the opportunity to improve the courses' quality.

The course evaluation is composed of a number of questions and specific questions for each course. If you, as a student, want to contribute with more course specific questions you may send them to studies[at]geo.su.se

If you haven't received the course evaluation for your finished course, or if you have other questions regarding course evaluations at IGV please contact Helena Bergman på studies[at]geo.su.se

Course evaluation – student's review of the course
Course report – course leader's reflections about the review

 
Biogeochemistry GG8115
Earth I – Geology GG2008
Field Study in Geoscience GG5017
Field study in the geological sciences GG7014
Geochemistry I GG2011
Geology of Sweden GG5014
Igneous Petrology GG4142
Marine Petrophysics GG5126
Metamorphic Petrology GG4143
Mineralogy GG4140
Mineralogy and Petrology
Mineralogy and Petrology – Course report
GG5105
Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology II
Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology II – Course report
GG8112
Petrogenesis and Tectonics
Petrogenesis and Tectonics – Course report
GG5127
Research and Project Planning in Geological Sciences GG8118
Scientific Methods 1  
Scientific Methods 2 and 3  
Scientific Methods 4 and 5  
Scientific Methods 6 and 7  
Sediments and Sedimentary rocks GG4120
Sediment Petrology GG4144
Snowball Earth hypotesen
Snowball Earth hypotesen – Course report
GG1015
Structural Geology GG5106
Structural Geology distance GG5106
Tectonics GG4147
Tellus II GG4039
Tellus III GG4042

 
Climate change throughout Earth's history GG8021
Digital behandling av geodata GG5103
Earth I
Earth I – Course report
GG2008
Earth II
Earth II – Course report
GG4039
Environmental geochemistry GG5121
Geochemical field methods GG5102
Geodynamics GG8116
Geology GG2006
Igneous Petrology
Igneous Petrology – Course report
GG4142
Isotope Geology GG8019
Marine Geophysics GG5125
Marine geological and geophysical mapping methods
Marine geological and geophysical mapping methods – Course report
GG5101
Mineralogy
Mineralogy – Course report
GG4140
Paleoceanography and paleoclimatology I GG5113
Statistical analysis of geological data GG7002
Scientific Methods 1
Scientific Methods 1 – Course report
 
Scientific Methods 2  
Scientific Methods 3 and 4  
Sediment Petrology GG4144
Speciation and extinctions in time and space GG1013
Tectonics
Tectonics – Course report
GG4147
The Geoscientific method GG7007
The Sea GG1005

 
Biogeochemistry GG8115
Climate change throughout Earth's history GG8021
Degree Work  
Earth I – Geology GG2008
Field study in geoscience GG5017
Field study in the Geological Sciences GG7014
Geochemistry I GG2011
Geology of Sweden GG5014
Igneous petrology GG4142
Metamorphic petrology GG4143
Mineralogy GG4140
Mineralogy and petrology GG5105
Paleoceanography and paleoclimatology II GG8112
Petrogenesis and tectonics GG5127
Research and project planning in geological sciences GG8118
Scientific Methods  
Sediment petrology GG4144
Sediments and sedimentary rocks GG4120
Structural geology GG5106
Tellus II – Geology GG4039
Tellus III – Geology GG4042

 
Digital processing of geoscientific data GG5103
Environmental geochemistry GG5121
Geochemical field methods GG5102
Geology GG2006
Geology for Beginners GG1004
Global geochemical cycles GG5104
Isotope Geology GG8019
Marine geological and geophysical mapping methods GG5101
Mineralogy GG4140
Ore Geology GG8117
Paleoceanography and paleoclimatology I GG5113
Speciation and extinctions in time and space GG1013
Statistical analysis of geological data GG7002
Structural geology GG5106
The Geoscientific method GG7007
The Sea GG1005

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