Geology

Career Coach buttonGeology involves the study of the workings of the earth, its processes, its history and how it relates to our everyday life.

Areas of Study

Courses are offered in:

  • Earth Sciences
  • Physical Geology
  • Historical Geology
  • Environmental Geology
  • Geologic Field Methods
  • Meteorology
  • Ocean Sciences

Course Types

While our standard approach focuses on learning through lectures and hands-on laboratory work, we also offer courses through eLearning.

Field Courses

The field course trips vary from year to year and from campus to campus.

You study in places like:

  • Texas
  • Rocky Mountains
  • Grand Canyon
  • Yellowstone National Park
  • Yosemite National Park

 

Contacts

Northeast Campus
Hayden Chasteen, Assistant Professor
817-515-6694
hayden.chasteen@tccd.edu

Northwest Campus
Lawrence Fearn, Instructor and Chair
817-515-7292
lawrence.fearn@tccd.edu

South Campus
James (Jim) Black, Instructor
817-515-4105
jim.black@tccd.edu

Southeast Campus
Chris Baack, Assistant Professor
817- 515- 3632
chris.baack@tccd.edu

Trinity River Campus
Jamie Miller, Assistant Professor
817-515-1365
jamie.miller@tccd.edu

 

 

Updated January 08, 2014

 

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