|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.|
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.