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San Bernardino Valley College
Fall 2019

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Course Information

Course Name : GEOL-111

Course Title : Introduction to Physical Geology Laboratory

Course Description : This course is a hands-on introduction to the study of the Earth, with an emphasis on the materials that make up the Earth. Students will participate in one or more field trips. This course is recommended for students concurrently enrolled in GEOL 101 or who have successfully completed GEOL 101 within the last two years.

Additional Course Information

Credit Type : Earned units for this course are applicable to an Associate Degree.

Transferability : Course credit transfers to both CSU and UC.

Prerequisite/Corequisite : GEOL 101.

What does it mean under days?

Days contain S, M, T, W, R, F, S and/or Arrange. They stand for the following :
S : Sunday.    M : Monday.    T : Tuesday.    W : Wednesday.    R : Thursday.    F : Friday.    S : Saturday.   
Arrange : You must arrange a certain amount of time (under Start and End) with the instructor

How long are these classes?

Classes are 18 weeks, unless stated otherwise.

Sections Offered
Ref# Sec Days Start End Type Units Building Room Instructor
4538 02 --T---- 01:00P 04:30P LAB 1.00 PS 219 Dudash,L
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Note : 14 week class from 09/10/19 to 12/10/19.

4540 01 ---W--- 01:00P 03:50P LAB 1.00 PS 219 Robles,M
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Zero Cost Textbooks The textbooks used for these sections are available digitally free of charge and may have a low-cost print option.
Students might still be required to purchase supplies.