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Environmental Geology

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george buchanan
,
gbuchana@mc3.edu

Montgomery County Community College
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Two Year College
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Summary

This is an introductory level lab course for non-science majors. Pre-requisites are basic math and writing.

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Subject: Environmental Science
Resource Type: Course Information:Goals/Syllabi
Grade Level: College Lower (13-14)
Course Type: Entry Level:Environmental Geology
Course Size:

15-30

Course Context:

This is an introductory environmental geology course. The course satisfies the lab science requirement for non-science majors as well as Environmental Science majors. Our college does not have a geology major.

Course Goals:


How course activities and course structure help students achieve these goals:

The course activities will include:
See assessment below.

Skills Goals


How course activities and course structure help students achieve these goals:

1) Acquire a knowledge base of geologic and environmental concepts and principles to be able to apply those principles and concepts to specific case studies, and also to be able to analyze and predict the impacts to society.

Attitudinal Goals

My unwritten attitudinal goals are:


How course activities and course structure help students achieve these goals:

I use formative activities to determine students attitudes

I do not formally assess attitude.

Assessment

Assessment will include:

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