The geology minor requires a broad selection of courses in geology and earth sciences, chosen through advisement. It is designed for a diverse clientele, many of whom desire to strengthen their employability. Candidates for this program may include science majors contemplating a future in geophysics or geochemistry, students in environmental fields with a geological aspect such as urban studies, and students who may wish to be involved in land use planning.
GES 101 Introductory Geology (3 cr)
GES 102 Historical Geology (3 cr)
GES 103 Introductory Lab (1 cr)
Four upper level geology courses (12-16 credits)
Coordinator: Dr. Gary S. Solar, firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about this minor may be obtained by contacting Earth Sciences and Science Education.