|Description||Practice in determination of common minerals; their geologic environment, utilization, and economic significance. Introduction to optical techniques in mineral identification.|
|Prerequisite||Oceanography 100; or Geological Sciences 100 and 101; or Geological Sciences 101 and either Geological Sciences 104 or Environmental Science 100 [or Sustainability 100]. Credit or concurrent registration in Chemistry 200. Recommended: Geological Sciences 200.|
|Course Hours||Two lectures and three hours of laboratory.|
Synchronous exams; ability to scan, upload, & print - see syllabus for details
Distance Education course. All class meetings and activities take place online.
Enrollment in this section entails participation in experiential learning and/or internship. These experiences can occur on-campus or off-campus. Additional requirements may apply.
Enrollment in this section entails participation in an off-campus internship or similar off-campus educational experience. These off-campus, educational experiences can include designations such as service learning and fieldwork. Additional requirements may apply.
Canvas & Blackboard Learning Management Systems: SDSU is currently transitioning from Blackboard to Canvas as the primary campus learning management system. Students may have courses delivered via both systems, therefore it is recommended that students access both Canvas and Blackboard. Canvas can be accessed at canvas.sdsu.edu using your SDSUid login. Blackboard will be available until the end of Spring 2021 and can be accessed at blackboard.sdsu.edu using your SDSUid login.
Required materials for this course: Webcam and microphone.