2 years
Aug Jan
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About this course

The following curriculum will meet the lower-division requirements of most four-year schools in Geology. Upon satisfactory completion of the course work outlined below and graduation with an AS degree from Eastern Arizona College, you may enter upperdivision work in any one of several earth science related fields, including general geology, geo-chemistry, hydrology and geophysics.

You should have a firm background in mathematics (including algebra, geometry, and trigonometry) and chemistry. Physics is helpful.A deficiency in any of the above areas may necessitate refresher courses before pursuing a geology curriculum.

Entry Requirements

  • Proof of English Language Proficiency: All applicants who are not native English speakers must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) offered by the Educational Testing Service in countries throughout the world, and arrange for the testing agency to send the test results to EAC. The minimum TOEFL paper-based test score we accept is 500 and the minimum TOEFL computer-based test score we accept is 173. We also accept an internet-based TOEFL score of 61. You may be admitted without TOEFL scores contingent upon participation in a College language training program designed and approved to meet your individual needs.