Long-term planning schedule AY 2020-2021 to AY 2022-2023

For Planning Purposes - *Please note that all course offerings are contingent upon sufficient course enrollment and staffing, so have a back-up plan whenever possible.

2020-2021 Academic Year
Spring
GEOL105: Earth Lab: Geology of National Parks (SL)
GEOL231: Environmental Field Methods

2021-2022 Academic Year
Fall
GEOL100: Dynamic Earth: Introductory Geology with Field Emphasis (SL)
GEOL102: Sustainable Earth: Introductory Environmental Geology (SL)
GEOL150: Water Resources (SC)
GEOL205: History and Evolution of the Earth
GEOL211: Earth Materials
GEOL240: Hydrology

Winter
GEOL101: Dynamic Earth: Introductory Geology (SL)
GEOL102: Sustainable Earth: Introductory Environmental Geology (SL)
GEOL141: Global Climate Change (SC)
GEOL260: GIS and Remote Sensing
GEOL311: Earth and Environmental Geochemistry
GEOL335: Petroleum Geology and Geophysics

Spring
GEOL105: Earth Lab (TBD) (SL)
GEOL230: Field Methods in the Appalachians
GEOL373: Regional Geology: Grand Canyon, assuming such travel is allowable

2022-2023 Academic Year (as sure as we can be at this point)
Fall
GEOL100: Dynamic Earth: Introductory Geology with Field Emphasis (SL)
GEOL102: Sustainable Earth: Introductory Environmental Geology (SL)
GEOL247: Geomorphology
GEOL275: Geophysics
GEOL330: Sedimentation and Stratigraphy

Winter
GEOL101: Dynamic Earth: Introductory Geology (SL)
GEOL141: Global Climate Change (SC)
GEOL240: Hydrology
GEOL360: Tectonics and Thermochronology
GEOL250: Structural Geology and Tectonics or GEOL335: Petroleum Geology and Geophysics

Spring
GEOL105: Earth Lab (TBD) (SL)
GEOL230: Field Methods in the Appalachians or GEOL 231: Environmental Field Methods
GEOL373: Regional Geology