Geology

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Learn more about the School of Science

Casper College has got to be one of the best places on earth to study geology, as Wyoming is replete with geological formations from the Pre-Cambrian era to recent.

The oil, mineral, and gas industries provide a strong economic base in Wyoming. Tourism is enhanced by the numerous fossil beds, archeological sites, and geological formations within the state.

Visitors to the Casper College campus may have hands-on experiences at the Tate Geological Museum with rocks, minerals, gemstones, fossil casting, and dinosaur skeleton assembly. Some of our geology courses are also offered online.

Degrees

For requirements and more information about this program, view its listing in the course catalog:

All or a portion of the courses in this program may be available online. Learn more about online programs at Casper College.

Geology Club

The purpose of the Geology Club is to enhance the learning experience in the various disciplines of Earth Science for Casper College students and members of the community.

Students gain hands-on experience and opportunities to meet professionals and non-professionals in the field. Field trips, events with the museum and other venues make every moment memorable and fun.

Meetings are held at Noon the first Tuesday of each month in room 121 at the Tate Museum except during the summer.

Academic Assistant, School of Science
Office: PS 114
307-268-2513
Department Chair;
Earth Science Instructor and Klaenhammer Earth Science Chair
Office: TM 125
307-268-2017
Interim Dean, School of Science
Office: PS 210
307-268-2250

Faculty

Kent Sundell
307-268-2498
TM 103

Melissa Connely (Department Head)
307-268-2017
TM 125

Beth Wisely
307-268-2233
TM 105