GEOL 1115 - Earth Resources
Full title:Earth Resources
Course description:(Formerly GEOL 123) This course explores the history of resource usage through time and the economics, extraction, processing and use of Earth resources. A systematic review of fossil fuel, metallic, and nonmetallic resource formation and 413 revised 1/29/2019 usage is a central theme. At the end of this course students will understand how resources have impacted the history and development of civilization from ancient times to today. Students will also understand the processes by which different types of resources are formed, extracted, processed, and utilized by modern society. Concurrent enrollment: GEOL 1115L. (S)
Instructor: James Constantopoulos (
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Grade mode:Normal (A,B,C,D,F,I,W)
Course dates
Starts:January 16, 2024
End:May 10, 2024
Census date:February 2, 2024
Registration dates:November 5, 2023 - January 23, 2024
Last day to drop:January 23, 2024
Last day to withdraw:April 12, 2024
Meeting dates and times
MW F 11:00am - 11:50am Science Building 214
Course Co-requisites
CourseCourse title
GEOL 1115LEarth Resources Lab

Fall 2023 Course Information