Gly3030 Online, self-paced science elective:
 Course Rationale

Greenhouse-climate changes,
----Soil and water pollution,
 -------Acid rain and atmospheric pollution,
-----------Waste disposal, 
--------------land use management,
-----------------Energy resource development,
--------------------geologic hazards and risks,
-----------------------Species extinctions, 
---------------------------El Niño, 

all are major environmental global and local issues which face our planet and represent potential environmental geology problems in our region.
 Join this course and learn about the nature of these phenomena, also, learn about the vulnerability of our region to these environmental disasters and how they affect our region. A special emphasis is made to related global environmental issues to our local environment.

The goal of this course is to present environmental geology, a science course, in a social context and to give students the foundation needed to formulate an educated intelligent opinion on current environmental issues affecting our daily life. 

This science course is recommended as a science elective class to both science (biology, geology, environmental), and non-science majors, specially social and liberal arts students seeking answers to fundamental controversial environmental issues. 

Here is the information you need to register in this course:
REF#
COURSE
SEC#
COURSE TITLE
CREDIT
INSTRUCTOR
6556
GLY-3030
FP
Environmental Geology
03
Longoria
An additional $35 technology fee will apply to this course.
The instructor will issue student's username and passwword via e-mail. Contact Prof. Longoria as soon as you register.

Register for this course on the web:  WEB REGISTRATION