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    Jun 04, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    I highly recommend the course GEOL 3025 to students who are really interested on learning and understanding the planet they live in, since it provides an introduction to the study of the Earth, its structure, composition, and the processes that occur within it. It provides knowledge in a variety of areas such as mineralogy, types of rocks, earthquakes, natural resources, geologic time scale, geomorphology, and many more. By providing knowledge on these areas the student can assimilate the material with real life environmental issues not only occurring in his country, but also throughout the world.

    Course highlights:

    In my opinion the highlights of this course were the topics of environmental hazards, especially earthquakes, sedimentary rocks, water and geomorphology. During this course I learned the basics of Earth Sciences and got a glimpse of what will be studied in the field of Geology, the course interested me so much that at the end of it I changed to the Geology Department of my university. I learned about the structure and composition of Earth, plate tectonics and their relation to a variety of topics in Geology. Besides this I got an introduction to minerals, what they are, the most common ones, and how the make up a rock and allow for the identification of them. I learned about the three different types of rocks, the processes that form them and examples of some of them. Besides this I also learned about the geologic time scale, its applications and basic of geomorphologic processes.

    Hours per week:

    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    If a student is considering taking the course, I would recommend that they take it only if they are really interested in learning more of the scientific aspect and processes of our planet. It is a very interesting and informative course and what I really liked is that one ends up learning about such a variety of things that happen around us in more detail. If a student decides to takes the course I would also recommend that he/she does not simply go to the class and study of what is given from the professor, also read the book, and watch videos, because it provides more details and understanding regarding the topics.

    • Fall 2016
    • Tom Hudgins
    • Yes
    • Great Intro to the Subject Always Do the Reading Participation Counts
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    Jun 04, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    I highly recommend the course GEOL 3025 to students who are really interested on learning and understanding the planet they live in, since it provides an introduction to the study of the Earth, its structure, composition, and the processes that occur within it. It provides knowledge in a variety of areas such as mineralogy, types of rocks, earthquakes, natural resources, geologic time scale, geomorphology, and many more. By providing knowledge on these areas the student can assimilate the material with real life environmental issues not only occurring in his country, but also throughout the world.

    Course highlights:

    In my opinion the highlights of this course were the topics of environmental hazards, especially earthquakes, sedimentary rocks, water and geomorphology. During this course I learned the basics of Earth Sciences and got a glimpse of what will be studied in the field of Geology, the course interested me so much that at the end of it I changed to the Geology Department of my university. I learned about the structure and composition of Earth, plate tectonics and their relation to a variety of topics in Geology. Besides this I got an introduction to minerals, what they are, the most common ones, and how the make up a rock and allow for the identification of them. I learned about the three different types of rocks, the processes that form them and examples of some of them. Besides this I also learned about the geologic time scale, its applications and basic of geomorphologic processes.

    Hours per week:

    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    If a student is considering taking the course, I would recommend that they take it only if they are really interested in learning more of the scientific aspect and processes of our planet. It is a very interesting and informative course and what I really liked is that one ends up learning about such a variety of things that happen around us in more detail. If a student decides to takes the course I would also recommend that he/she does not simply go to the class and study of what is given from the professor, also read the book, and watch videos, because it provides a better understanding and gives more details regarding the topics.

    • Fall 2016
    • Tom Hudgins
    • Yes
    • Great Intro to the Subject Always Do the Reading Participation Counts
    • Profile picture
    Jun 04, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Pretty easy, overall.

    Course Overview:

    I highly recommend the course GEOL 3025 to students who are really interested on learning and understanding the planet they live in, since it provides an introduction to the study of the Earth, its structure, composition, and the processes that occur within it. It provides knowledge in a variety of areas such as mineralogy, types of rocks, earthquakes, natural resources, geologic time scale, geomorphology, and many more. By providing knowledge on these areas the student can assimilate the material with real life environmental issues not only occurring in his country, but also throughout the world.

    Course highlights:

    In my opinion the highlights of this course were the topics of environmental hazards, especially earthquakes, sedimentary rocks, water and geomorphology. During this course I learned the basics of Earth Sciences and got a glimpse of what will be studied in the field of Geology, the course interested me so much that at the end of it I changed to the Geology Department of my university. I learned about the structure and composition of Earth, plate tectonics and their relation to a variety of topics in Geology. Besides this I got an introduction to minerals, what they are, the most common ones, and how the make up a rock and allow for the identification of them. I learned about the three different types of rocks, the processes that form them and examples of some of them. Besides this I also learned about the geologic time scale, its applications and basic of geomorphologic processes.

    Hours per week:

    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    If a student is considering taking the course, I would recommend that they take it only if they are really interested in learning more of the scientific aspect and processes of our planet. It is a very interesting and informative course and what I really liked is that one ends up learning about such a variety of things that happen around us in more detail. If a student decides to takes the course I would also recommend that he/she does not simply go to the class and study of what is given from the professor, also read the book, and watch videos, because it provides a better understanding and gives more details regarding the topics.

    • Fall 2016
    • Tom Hudgins
    • Yes
    • Great Intro to the Subject Always Do the Reading Participation Counts


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