The College of Science has developed several new courses that you might find interesting for the Spring 2018 semester. (more…)
George Mason University’s College of Science is pleased to offer our new minor in Paleontology, one of the few colleges in the U.S.—and the only one in the D.C. metropolitan area—to offer this specialization.
“The paleontology minor offers geology students a way to focus their studies in a more biologically oriented field, since paleontology is at the intersection of biology and geology,” says Mark D. Uhen, Assistant Professor AOES Geology. (more…)
GEOL 334, Vertebrate Paleontology
Are you fascinated by the history of life on earth? Interested in the study of dinosaurs and other vertebrates of the Mesozoic Era? Wonder what fossils can teach us today?
This spring, go back in time with GEOL 334 Vertebrate Paleontology, a new course offered in the College of Science as part of the school’s new minor in Paleontology. (more…)
The new PhD program in Chemistry and Biochemistry provides students with the opportunity to work on exciting research projects in multiple areas of Chemistry and Biochemistry, including projects in water quality and purification, drug discovery and delivery, biofuels, and the chemistry of astrophysical ices. The program consists of both coursework and an independent research project under the guidance of a faculty mentor and has been designed to accommodate both full-time and part-time students. (more…)