Geology offerings provide transfer science credits to science majors, science requirements, electives toward graduation with an Associate degree in Arts and Sciences, and personal interest opportunities for the community.
Physical Geology I is an introductory Geology course which introduces students to Earth's processes and the relationships between the processes and Earth's physical/chemical properties. Physical Geology II is an introductory study in geomorphology - a study of Earth's landforms through processes that build them. Environmental Geology is a study of the ever-increasing collision course between humans and our geologic environment, including flooding, landslides, earthquakes, pollution, and volcanic eruptions. Historical Geology is the study of Earth's continents, oceans, and life forms through time. The Geology offerings promote extensive skill building opportunities in communication through the spoken and written word, skills in the use of technology as a learning and research tool, and emphasis on critical thinking skills.
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