Geology at The Master's University

The Master’s University is continuing to grow their range of scientific study and is now offering a paleontology emphasis in the biology program and courses in geology! There will be opportunities to explore great geological sites of the southwest for a first-hand learning experience. Whether aspiring to discover dinosaurs, teach high school geology or promote biblical stewardship of the environment, the university is excited to equip students for astute scientific study.

Geosciences – or earth-related sciences – include and interact with a broad range of physical sciences such as geology, paleontology, hydrology, environmental science, and astronomy. Currently at TMU we offer several exciting geoscience courses including:

  • Essentials of Geology
  • Earth Science
  • Biology of Dinosaurs
  • Vertebrate Paleontology

For more about our upcoming Geosciences major see the information and survey below!

Be prepared for different fields including:

  • Geologist
  • Hydrogeologist
  • Paleontologist
  • Environmental Scientist
  • Environmental, Geological, or Paleontological Consultant
  • Park Ranger
  • Oceanographer
  • Meteorologist
  • Astronomer
  • Physical Science Teacher

Interesting geological sites:

  • Grand Canyon, AZ
  • Death Valley, CA
  • Mono Lake, CA
  • Searles Lake Tufa Pinnacles, CA
  • Anza-Borrego Desert, CA
  • Yosemite National Park, CA
  • Sharktooth Hill, CA
  • Zion National Park, UT
  • Bryce Canyon National Park, UT
  • Dinosaur excavation in eastern Wyoming

The Master’s University is looking to offer a geoscience major soon!

Are you interested in Geology?

Would you be interested in studying as a geoscience major?

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