In this course, you’ll learn about the processes that shape Earth and affect humans: Earth’s structure; plate tectonics; geologic time; and surficial processes.
This course includes three field trips to explore the Sierra de Guadarrama National Park and its most important geological structures and two visits to Madrid museums.
Course restriction: Matriculated Syracuse students may not receive credit for both EAR 105 and EAR 110.
Corequisite: Students needing laboratory credit must also register for EAR 104 (1 credit).
Department: Earth Science
Semesters: Fall, Spring