This degree program is intended for individuals who wish to pursue a career in science or a related field. Such fields include, but are not limited to, astronomy, biochemistry, biology, biophysics, biotechnology, chemistry, environmental geology, environmental science, forensics, forestry, geochemistry, geology, geophysics, home economics, marine biology, meteorology, mortuary science, nutrition (or dietetics), oceanography, optometry, pharmacy, physical education, physics or plant science. This program is also intended for those who wish to pursue medical, dental or veterinary degrees. [Learn more about Associate in Science degree]
This course covers basic concepts in geology such as plate tectonics, the rock cycle, earthquakes, and volcanoes, and links them to urban environments and issues. [View in catalog] [Learn more on Urban Geology]
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