Geol 1001 Introductory Geology 4 credits Offered Spring Semesters
An introduction to the structure and evolution of the earth and its landforms,
including the study of minerals and rocks, volcanic activity, earthquakes, and
the theory of plate tectonics. The geology of Minnesota is emphasized.
Geol 2010 Geomorphology 4 credits Offered Fall Semesters
A study of landforms and the geologic processes that create and modify them.
Topographic maps and aerial photographs are used as tools for interpreting the
origin and geologic history of landscapes.
Instructor: Glenn Langhorst
Class Meets: 9-10:40 AM Tuesday-Thursday
Last day to withdraw from class: November 27
Text: Reading Maps by Paul Riffel
Your final grade is based upon the percentage of points earned from the total points offered from exams, labs, class projects, and presentations.
90% of total points = A
80% " " " = B
70% " " " = C
60% " " " = D
Make-up Exam Policy:
*Students with physical impairments or learning disabilities which may affect their learning experience are encouraged to discuss any special needs that may be required with the instructor.