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2014-2015 Catalog & Student Handbook 
2014-2015 Catalog & Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


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Margaret Wade, Dean 125 AHSF 685-4615
Jacqueline January, Division Clerk 124 AHSF 685-4612
Brenda Smith, Division Secretary 124 AHSF 685-6413
  Joan Gawloski 121 AHSF 685-4630
  Antony Giles 117 AHSF 685-5580
  Keonho Kim 119 AHSF 685-4739

Geology is designed to acquaint the student with the processes, applications, and techniques of earth science. It is suitable for someone who intends to complete a Bachelor’s degree in geology or a related field like oceanography, meteorology, geophysics, or environmental science. Students who seek a degree in science education at either the elementary or secondary level may wish to emphasize geology in their degree plans.

For non-majors, geology courses offer a greater understanding of the world that enhances one’s appreciation of surface features, environmental concerns, resource utilization, and the grandeur of immense changes through time.

The courses listed in the program below are suggested for students who intend to major in Geology at a university. Students should also consult the catalog of the university that they plan to attend and determine that institution’s transfer requirements.

The sequence of courses should be followed when possible.


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