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2019-2020 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Geology (AS)


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The AS Geology program is a multi-disciplinary degree that includes coursework from areas of chemistry, physics, math, social science, humanities, and geology. This degree is designed to prepare students for transferring to a four-year BS (Bachelors of Science) or BA (Bachelors of Arts) Geology or Earth Science programs. For information on careers in the Geosciences please visit the Geology Program webpage.

Transferability depends on the four-year institution. If you are planning to major in geology at a four-year college or university, you will find MAT 201 - Calculus I (GT-MA1)  is the (lowest level) mathematics course in which the credits earned will count toward a BA or BS degree. If you are a student just entering and are not prepared to take MAT 201 , you will need to take the prerequisite course(s). Your choice of either algebra-based (PHY 111 /PHY 112 ) or calculus-based (PHY 211 /PHY 212 ) physics will depend on the degree program that you are transferring to after completion of the AS degree. All courses will count toward the AS degree. Additional courses may be transferable to one or more of the public four-year colleges or universities in Colorado. For specific information, please see your advisor.

Please see the section on Scholarships and Awards  for scholarship opportunities related to this program. This program is offered at CMC in Carbondale. Not every course is offered on every campus, some courses may require distance learning modalities to complete the degree. For more information, please see Academic Programs at Colorado Mountain College.

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General Education Requirements (38 credits)


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Electives (4 credits)


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Minimum Hours Required


General Education Requirements (38 credits)
Program Requirements (18 credits)
Advised Elective (4 credits)
Total credits toward Associate of Science: Geology degree (60 credits)

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◆ State Guaranteed Transfer Course

✽ Applies to CMC AA/AS/AGS Degrees

Not all programs/courses are available at every campus and may require travel to another campus or access via distance learning (IVS, hybrid, or online).

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