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Anticipated Course Offerings

The Geology Department anticipates that the courses will be offered according to the following schedule (subject to change).

Spring 2018

GEOL105: Evolution of the Earth
GEOL110: Environmental Geology and Geologic Hazards
GEOL205: Petrology
GEOL240: Hydrogeology
GEOL251: Oceanography

GEOL171: Field Excursion Seminar: Canyonlands National Park, Utah

Other courses of interest to geology majors/minors:
Landscapes in Transition: Japan program

Fall 2018

GEOL110: Environmental Geology and Geologic Hazards
GEOL105: Evolution of the Earth
GEOL200: Mineralogy
GEOL235: Surface Processes and Landforms

Spring 2019

GEOL100: Earth: Exploring a Dynamic Planet
GEOL105: Evolution of the Earth
GEOL215: Field Geology
GEOL230: Sedimentology

GEOL171: Field Excursion Seminar: Destination TBD

Other courses of interest to geology majors/minors:
ENVS258: Interdisciplinary Applications of Geographic Information Systems
Rivers in Transition: China program

Fall 2019

GEOL110: Environmental Geology and Geologic Hazards
GEOL200: Mineralogy
GEOL210: Paleontology
GEOL2XX: Earth's Climate Past and Future

Spring 2020

GEOL100: Earth: Exploring a Dynamic Planet
GEOL105: Evolution of the Earth
GEOL205: Petrology
GEOL240: Hydrogeology

GEOL171: Field Excursion Seminar: Destination TBD

Other courses of interest to geology majors/minors:
Landscapes in Transition: Japan program