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GEOS 2900 - Earth Systems: Issues and Applications


This is a laboratory-based course designed to develop and build the concepts and principles of the Earth system with an emphasis on applications of earth science to society. The objectives of the course are to aid students in developing meaningful and functional understanding of key Earth Science concepts and their interrelations; provide students with open-ended problem solving experiences that facilitate inquiry regarding the nature and content of science, technology and society; help students develop more positive attitudes towards science and increase their confidence to both explain and apply Earth system theories and principles. A local field trip may be required.

Credits: 3 hours

Notes: This course satisfies General Education Area VII: Natural Science and Technology: Applications and Implications.
When Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer I



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