Spring break will be extended one week for students at the colleges of DCCCD. Classes will not be held March 16-29 as faculty and staff prepare to transition to working, teaching and learning remotely. Please visit
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Geologists study some of society's most important problems: energy, water, and mineral resources; the environment; climate change; and natural hazards like landslides, volcanoes, earthquakes and floods. Various courses at the colleges of DCCCD are offered for both science and non-science majors, and may include earth sciences, physical and historical geology, environmental science, oceanography and meteorology.
Geology courses are listed under the four-letter rubric (course prefix)
Taking geology classes at Eastfield College is an affordable way to get started on a path to a brighter future. Whether you’re taking classes to transfer to a four-year college or university, or for personal enrichment, our geology curriculum will give you the foundational skills you need.
Are you interested in geology?