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Spring Course Offerings

Scroll down for courses offered this spring and learn which courses have online and on campus options!


Register for remote spring courses today!

Register for spring courses today! Look at the offerings from the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences with its mix of online (synchronous, asynchronous and hybrid) and in person hybrid options.  Explore topics covering weather, climate change, geography/GIS, geology, environmental science and more!  

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What is a synchronous course?  These are listed as SYNCH in the schedule.  Synchronous courses are taught online, usually through video conferencing like above, and meet during the time on the schedule. These courses might be a good choice for students who need something on their calendar to keep them engaged in learning.  Students will be able to interact live with the professor and other students in the course. 

What is an online course?  These are listed as ONLINE in the schedule.  These courses do not regularly meet at a given time, so students are able to work on the course materials on their own time within predetermined time frames. This might be a good choice for students who are good at learning independently or have an unreliable work schedule that might keep them from meeting regularly in a synchronous course, for example.

What is a hybrid course? EAS will offer 2 hybrid course types this spring, hybrid-face to face which will have an in person, on campus component, frequency of which is determined by each instructor and hybrid-remote, which will have some synchronous instruction along with asynchronous work.

Check out our course offerings below or for instructions on registering visit:

Registration Guide

Spring Course Offerings

These courses are being offered this spring.

General Studies Courses Offered by EAS

Note that some courses are Colorado Guaranteed Transfer courses.  These courses are guaranteed to transfer into any Colorado public institution and count towards your general education credits at that institution.  Key:  GT-SC1 is Natural & Physical Science Lecture course with lab, GT-SC2 is Natural & Physical Science Lecture course without lab, GT-SS2 is Social & Behavioral Science, Geography.

  • MTR 1400 Weather and Climate (Offered: Synchronous, Online) [General Studies – Natural & Physical Sciences, GT-SC2]
  • MTR 1600 Global Climate Change (Offered: Synchronous, Online) [General Studies – Global Diversity, Natural & Physical Sciences, GT-SC2]
  • ENV 1200 Introduction to Environmental Science  (Offered: Hybrid-Face to face, Online) [General Studies - and Natural & Physical Science, GT-SC2]
  • GEG 1000 World Regional Geography (Offered: Hybrid-Face to face, Hybrid-Online, Online) [General Studies – Global Diversity, Social & Behavioral Sciences, GT-SS2]
  • GEG 1100 Introduction to Physical Geography (Offered: Hybrid-Online, Online) [General Studies – Natural & Physical Sciences, GT-SC2]
  • GEG 1300 Introduction to Human Geography (Offered: Hybrid-Online, Online) [General Studies – Global Diversity, Social and Behavioral Sciences, GT-SS2]
  • GEG 1700 Principles of Sustainability (Offered: Online) [General Studies – Social & Behavioral Sciences, GT-SS2]
  • GEG 1910 Global Water Concerns (Offered: Synchronous, Online) [General Studies – Global Diversity, Natural & Physical, GT-SC2]
  • GEL 1010 Physical Geology (Offered: Synchronous, Online) [General Studies – Natural & Physical Sciences, GT-SC1]
  • GEL 1020 Geology of Colorado (Offered: Synchronous, Online) [General Studies – Natural & Physical Sciences, GT-SC2]
  • GEL 1150 Physical Oceanography (Offered: Synchronous, Online) [General Studies – Natural & Physical Sciences, GT-SC2]
  • SCI 2600 Integrated Biology and Earth Science (Offered: Online) [General Studies – Natural & Physical Sciences, GT-SC1]
  • SCI 2610 Integrated Physical and Chemical Sciences (Offered: Hybrid-Face to face) [General Studies – Natural & Physical Sciences, GT-SC1] *

*Denotes courses with prerequisites, please click on the link to learn more

Environmental Science

Geography

Geology

Geospatial Science

Meteorology 

Integrated Science


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