Lecture Hours:3; Lab Hours:0 This course includes the study of the formation of rocks, minerals and land forms. Topics include the geological process of weathering, physical agents causing change, and the interpretation of evidence for these processes.
Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web
Lecture Hours: 1; Lab Hours: 0 A study of the origin and history of the Earth and the development of life on Earth as revealed in the rocks and fossils.
Schedule type: Lecture, Web
Lecture Hours: 0; Lab Hours:1 This accompanying laboratory uses physical and chemical techniques to study rocks and minerals. It incorporates maps to demonstrate formation and change in land forms.
Co-requisite(s): GEOL 1010
Schedule type: Independent Study, Laboratory, Web
Lecture Hours: 0; Lab Hours: 1 A study and applied principles of historical geology as they apply to the interpretation of rocks and fossils.
Schedule type: Laboratory, Web