This course explores the interaction between geology, the environment, and society. Topics may include geologic hazards, hydrogeology, natural resources, and pollution.
This course will equip students to interpret and discern issues related to geology and the environment. These skills will be essential for those who expect to work in industry or mission-related geoscience positions.
This course will be essential for students who expect to do any kind of environmental work that may deal with geology-related issues.
Students will explore the environmental geologic events/issues mentioned in Scripture, and will consider our response to these issues today.
The course will lay a foundation for students seeking to do mission work dealing with environmental issues, and specifically geological issues.
Students will learn how context affects which geological issues are likely to impact a person or community.
Students will appreciate variation in environmental geologic challenges across different regions.
The course will equip students to deal with various environmental geology problems.
Students will study how people can be personally affected by various environmental geology issues.