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Geology

Geology Classes

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New, this February! We’re launching ctcLink, a new self-service portal and mobile app that will better serve our students. Due to this upgrade, we have adjusted our business hours for winter quarter. Thank you for your patience as we work toward offering you the best student experience.

Geology is a broad scientific discipline that studies all aspects of the planet: its history, its composition and internal structure, and its surface features. Geologists seek answers to many basic questions about our world:

  • What material is the planet composed of?
  • Why are the continents shaped the way they are?
  • How did the Himalaya and Alps rise to their great heights?
  • Why are volcanoes located where they are?
  • Why are some regions devastated by earthquakes but others are not?
  • How did Earth's environment change and evolve over billions of years?

Geologists can find work in a wide range of industries and scientific fields, and, in effect, serve as Earth's historians.