Academic requirements to do geology degree?
You can go to any university's website and find the course requirements for their geology degree.
It depends. Here in the UK applicants in general would be asked for 3 A levels. depends on the university as to the grades. Most would want two sciences with Chemistry the preferred one. A level Geology is not required but neither is it a disadvantage. In addition English language and Maths would be expected at GCSE at least.
Depends on the school but if you can get into the school, they will tell you what you need to get your degree. Basic calculus, chemistry, physics, probably biology. 1 to 2 semesters of each. The standard geology/Earth sciences courses will also be defined. Typically general geology, historical geology, paleontology, mineralogy, igneous and metamorphic petrology, sedimentology, structural, optical mineralogy. maybe geochemistry. They can be given under different names perhaps. Each school has its own requirements but they are all about the same except in minor detail. If you wonder what you need to get accepted at a college, that is also pretty standardized.
Most geologist positions require a graduate degree; be that as it may, section level positions are accessible for alumni with a four year college education. ... Topography programs incorporate the investigation of mineralogy, petrology, fossil science, stratigraphy and auxiliary geography, just as material science, science, science, arithmetic and designing.
Your basic Core curriculum, and then take GEOLOGY Courses and various Science courses, like Chemistry and general physics, etc, Mathematics usually only up to Analytical Geometry,