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Concentration in Geology, College of Coastal Georgia

Information for this profile was provided by Ntungwa Maasha in 2009.

College of Coastal Georgia is a public four-year institution, primarily undergraduate .

Overview and Context

Illustration of the Coastal Georgia geology curriculum, constructed by Monica Bruckner, based on information provided by Ntungwa Maasha. Click on the image to see a larger version.
The Concentration in Geology leading to Associate of Science in Geology program conforms to the Core Curriculum of the University system of Georgia.

Program Design

The curriculum at the College of Coastal Georgia is generic to the University of Georgia System. It was designed to be transferable to all four-year units and universities of the University System.

Goals and Assessment

The program in geology was designed to introduce students to Earth sciences as a possible option in choosing a career.

All graduating students are given a survey to complete. The data is analyzed and compiled by the Institutional Research office of the college for study and use by departments.

Courses and Sequencing

Entry into the program

  • Physical Geology
  • Historical Geology

Other required courses

  • Pre-calculus
  • Analytical Geometry and Calculus I & II
  • Principles of Chemistry I & II
  • Astronomy of the Solar System
  • Stellar and Galactic Astronomy

Additional Materials

Geology curriculum at College of Coastal Georgia (Microsoft Word 2007 (.docx) 12kB May9 09)


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