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Course Information
Course Name:Earth Science
Provided Through:University of Nebraska High School
Entity:University of Nebraska High School
Description:Have you ever wondered where marble comes from? or how deep the ocean is? or why it rains more in areas near the Equator than in other places? In this course students will study a variety of topics designed to give them a better understanding of the planet on which we live. They will study the composition of Earth including minerals and different rock types, weathering and erosion processes, mass movements, and surface and groundwater. They will also explore Earth's atmosphere and oceans, including storms, climate and ocean movements, plate tectonics, volcanism, earthquakes, mountain building, and geologic time. This course concludes with an in-depth look at the connections between our Earth's vast resources and the human population's dependence and impact on them.
Grade Levels:11 - 12
Comments:Need enrollment instructions? Visit: http://highschool.nebraska.edu or call Toll Free: 866-700-4747

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Section Information
NVIS ID:8371
Instructor:Teacher, Nebraska Certificated
Credit Type:High School
Delivery Mode:Asynchronous
Class meets:8/1/2023 to 7/31/2024
Block Schedule:No
Availability:Open for registration
Computer required:Yes
Proctor required:Yes
LMS required:No
Comments:This is a self-paced course that may be started at any time during the year and completed in 5 - 52 weeks (end date of this course offering does not affect enrollment period).
Cost:Starting September 5: $250 + Any Required Books/Materials
Enrolled: University of Nebraska High School