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Summer courses fulfill AUCC science requirement

February 22, 2012

Need to satisfy the Biological/Physical Science Requirement (AUCC 3A)? Check out these summer courses.

New summer offerings:


BSPM 102: Insects, Science, and Society
June 11 – August 3; 1 p.m.–2:40 p.m. MWF
Learn facts about common myths involving arachnids such as spiders and scorpions and real-world approaches to common pest problems from an enthusiastic instructor with a passion for arthropods. Students who took the course say it is “the best science class for non-science majors”. (3 credits)

GEOL 120: Exploring Earth: Physical Geology
June 11 – July 6; 10 a.m.-Noon MTWRF
Have you ever wondered why there are mountains out our back door? Or why California is prone to earthquakes? Or whether we are running out of oil? Take this course and get a broad understanding of physical geology. (3 credits)

GEOL 121: Introduction to Geology Lab
June 11 – July 6; 1 p.m.–5 p.m. TR
This lab provides hands on understanding of geological processes and earth materials. Learn about rock identification, how to interpret topographic maps and much more. This course complements and can be paired with either GEOL 120 or GEOL 122. (1 credit)
 


Contact: Barbara Gotshall
E-mail: barbara.gotshall@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-1590