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Geology

Field of study

Study the earth by taking courses in geology that focus on physical geology, historical geology, geological processes, oceanography and more. Students learn through a combination of lecture, hands-on lab experiences, and field trips.

Geology courses are offered as part of the requirements of the Associate of Science degree, or may be taken as required or elective courses to complete other degrees. 

Students interested in pursuing a degree at ASU, NAU or UA should meet with geology faculty to plan their course of study using transfer information.

Locations

Multiple Campuses

Contact Information

Division of Sciences
Dean: 520.206.2180
Program Advisor: 520.206.6079

Academic Options

Transfer to a college or university to complete a bachelor of science degree in geology, geosciences, geological engineering, engineering or education.

Careers

After earning a bachelor's degree, work as a technician in laboratories, with geophysical surveying firms, in the petroleum industry, with government, and technical service firms.

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