GeoSciences

GSCI 1051: Earth's Dynamic Environment

Three credits ($150). Offered Fall, Spring, or Full-year.

Origin and history of planet Earth, emphasizing how rock, air, water, and life interact at different scales to produce the earth's crust, landforms, life systems, natural resources, catastrophes, and climatic regimes. Provides a scientific context for human-induced global change.

Eligibility Guidelines: To be determined, conversations will happen with the eligible high school partners.


Instructor Certification Requirements:

The minimum requirements for instructors wishing to teach UConn Early College Experience Geoscience courses are typically a Master's of Science in Geosciences or a related field and 2 years high school science teaching experience. Applicants also will be considered if they have a Master's of Education with a concentration in geoscience, a Bachelor’s of Science in the natural sciences with college level geoscience, and 4 years high school science teaching experience.

Instructor Resources:

GSCI 1051 Sample Syllabus.pdf