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Earth/Space Education Option, Liberal Arts A.A.

Earth/Space Education Option, Liberal Arts A.A.

Communications Area   Credit Hours
 •+*ENC1101, English I 3
 +*ENC1102, English II 3
Humanities Area    
Visual and Performing Arts See General Education Requirement 3
Philosophy/Religion See General Education Requirement 3
Literature See General Education Requirement 3
Mathematics Area  
 +*MAC1140, Pre-Calculus Algebra 3
 +*MAC1114, Trigonometry 3
Natural Sciences Area    
Physical Science OCE1001, Oceanography 3
Biological Science See General Education Requirement  
Social Sciences Area    
Behavioral Sciences •PSY2012 or •SYG2000, Psychology/Sociology 3
History EUH1000 or 1001, Western Civilization 3
Government •POS2041, American National Government 3
Additional Common Prerequisites   
 EDF1005, Introduction to the Teaching Profession 3
 EDF2085, Introduction to Diversity for Educators 3
 EME2040, Introduction to Technology for Educators 3
 SPC1608, Introduction to Public Speaking 3
 GLY1010, Geology 3
 GLY1010L, Geology Lab 1
 Science Elective 2 or 3

 Students must select one of the following two-semester sequences

•+*BSC2010, Biology for Science Majors I, 3 crs. BSC2010L, Biology for Science Majors I Lab, 1 cr.+*  BSC2011, Biology for Science Majors II, 3 crs. BSC2011L, Biology for Science Majors II Lab, 1 cr. 

or

•+*CHM1045, General Chemistry, 3 crs. CHM1045L, General Chemistry Lab, 1 cr.+*  CHM 1046, Chemistry with Qual. Analysis, 3 crs. CHM1046L, Chemistry with Qual. Anal. Lab, 2 crs.

or

•+*PHY2053, College Physics I, 3 crs.+ PHY2053L, College Physics I Lab, 1 cr.+*  PHY2054, College Physics II, 3 crs. PHY2054L, College Physics II Lab, 1 cr.

(If students do not take the BSC2010 sequence above, then they must take BSC1005 or approved biology to meet the biology requirement for the A.A.)

8 or 9
TOTAL DEGREE HOURS 60

• General Education Core. Students must complete at least one identified core course in each area of study—Communications, Humanities, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences—as part of the general education course requirements.

+ Prerequisites and/or corequisites required.  See course descriptions.

* Minimum grade of "C" required.

Natural Sciences

We have over 25 different options for an AA degree to choose from. With a faculty of over 13 full time professors, there will always be someone to help answer any questions you have.

Contact the Natural Science division today to begin your journey into the amazing world of Science.

Natural Sciences Division Website

Division Phone Number: 872-3851
Divisions Email: Naturalsciencesgcsc@gulfcoast.edu

Fledia Ellis
Natural Science Chair
Phone: (850)769-1551 ext. 3848
Email: fellis@gulfcoast.edu

Natural Sciences Courses

AST - Astronomy

1002
AST

Descriptive Astronomy

A study of the earth-moon system, the celestial sphere, the solar system, the sun, stars, galaxies, the universe, and astronomical instruments. Mathematical procedures not stressed.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1002H
AST

Honors Descriptive Astronomy

Credit hours: 3

BSC - Biological Sciences

1005
BSC

General Biological Science

A basic general education course designed to give the student an understanding of the cellular basis of life, genetics and inheritance, evolution and diversity, and ecology.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1005H
BSC

Honors General Biological Science

Credit hours: 3

1005L
BSC

General Biological Science Lab

$71.00 lab fee Corequisite: BSC1005 is recommended. A basic general education laboratory course designed to give the student an understanding of the cellular basis of life, genetics and inheritance, evolution and diversity, and ecology. Students will apply knowledge of the nature of science and scientific methodology to solve problems related to these topics and employ safe and effective use of laboratory technologies. This course is not intended for science majors. It is recommended that BSC1005 be taken as a corequisite or previously completed with a grade of "C" or better.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 2

1020
BSC

Human Biology

A basic general education course designed to give the student an understanding of the cellular basis of life, genetics and inheritance, and how the different systems in the body function.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1020L
BSC

Human Biology Lab

$50.00 lab fee Recommended for students with the requirement of a science laboratory in their program track. Laboratory activities include the use of the microscope, cell and tissue study, chemical aspects of cell and tissue study, chemical aspects of cells and digestion, the study of human organ systems with the dissection of the fetal pig, and genetics.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 2

2010
BSC

Biology for Science Majors I

Prerequisites: CHM1040 or equivalent with a minimum grade of "C." Corequisite: BSC2010L. College-level placement in English and reading recommended prior to taking this course. First of two courses designed to provide depth in the biological sciences for students majoring in the life sciences. Course covers scientific methods, the chemical and cellular basis of life, bioenergetics, cellular reproduction, and molecular and organismal genetics.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2010H
BSC

Honors Biology For Science Majors I

Credit hours: 3

2010L
BSC

Biology for Science Majors Laboratory I

$63.00 lab fee Corequisite: BSC2010. A laboratory course to be taken concurrently with BSC2010. Laboratory experiences will relate to the chemical and physical aspects of life, cellular processes, photosynthesis and cellular respiration, mitosis and meiosis, and genetics.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 3

2011
BSC

Biology for Science Majors II

Prerequisites: BSC2010. Corequisite: BSC2011L. The second sequence course for students majoring in the life sciences. Concentration is on diversity of life. Topics covered include plant and animal tissues, principles of ecology, population genetics, and evolution.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2011H
BSC

Honors Biology For Science Majors II

Credit hours: 3

2011L
BSC

Biology For Science Majors Laboratory II

$65.00 lab fee Corequisite: BSC2011. A laboratory course to be taken concurrently with BSC2011. Laboratory experiences will include structure and funtion of plants and animals, ecological principles, and evolution. Activities include field trips, experiments in physiology, and dissections.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 3

2085
BSC

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2085L
BSC

Human Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratory

$55.00 lab fee Corequisite: BSC2085. Laboratory experiences related to lecture material, including microscope usage, membrane physiology, cell structure, and survey of tissues. Using appropriate dissection and histology slides the skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems will be studied.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 2

2086
BSC

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

Prerequisite: BSC2085 with a minimum grade of "C." Corequisite: BSC2086L. A study of the lymphatic system, fluid balance, the nervous system and special senses, the digestive system, the urinary system, the endocrine system, and the reproductive system. Structure and function taught concurrently. This course is not intended for biology majors.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2086H
BSC

Honors Anatomy and Physiology II

Prerequisite: BSC2085 with a minimum grade of "C." Corequisite: BSC2086L. A study of the lymphatic system, fluid balance, the nervous system and special senses, the digestive system, the urinary system, the endocrine system, and the reproductive system. Structure and function taught concurrently. This course is not intended for biology majors.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2086L
BSC

Human Anatomy and Physiology II Laboratory

$86.00 lab fee Prerequisite: BSC2085L with a minimum grade of "C." Corequisite: BSC2086. A laboratory course to be taken concurrently with BSC2086. Laboratory experiences will relate to the lecture material and will include histology studies and appropriate dissections to study the lymphatic, nervous, digestive, urinary, endocrine, and reproductive systems.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 2

2311
BSC

Introduction to Marine Biology

An introduction to the features of the world ocean and the major groups of living marine organisms that inhabit it. Physical, chemical, and biological interrelationships are emphasized. This course is not intended for biology majors, nor will it serve as a requirement for marine biology majors.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2311H
BSC

Honors Marine Biology

Credit hours: 3

2931
BSC

Special Topics

This course centers around topics of current interest or of special interest to students or instructors. Topics or focus may vary from semester to semester. (This course does not satisfy the biological sciences requirement for the A.A. degree. Transfer of credit is the prerogative of the receiving institution.)

Credit hours: 1
Lecture hours: 1

2932
BSC

Special Topics

This course centers around topics of current interest or of speical interest to students or instructors. Topics or focus may vary from semester to semester. (This course does not satisfy the biological sciences requirement for the A.A. degree. Transfer of credit is the prerogative of the receiving institution).

Credit hours: 2
Lecture hours: 2

2933
BSC

Special Topics

This course centers around topics of current interest or of special interest to students or instructors. Topics or focus may vary from semester to semester. (This course does not satisfy the biological sciences requirement for the A.A. degree. Transfer of credit is the prerogative of the receiving institution.)

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2949
BSC

COOP/Work Experience/Biology

1-3 crs. Cooperative Education courses may be taken toward completion of most of the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degree programs. A maximum of six credit hours may be used in meeting the A.A. degree requirements. Prerequisite: Minimum of 2.0 GPA, meet with the co-op coordinator, and availability of co-op work experience slot. Supervised, practical work experience that seeks to combine theories and apply practical skills to projects in the student’s major field of study. Requirements include online weekly, mid-term, and end-of-term reflection assignments.

Credit hours: 1
Other hours: 1

BOT - Botany

2800
BOT

Plants and Society

Introductory course investigating basic botany principles with a strong emphasis on the economic aspects and social impact of plants. Emphasis on scientific terminology, plant identification, food production, and medicinal plants.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

CHM - Chemistry

1032
CHM

General, Organic, Biochemistry

Prerequisite: Math placement test or minimum grade of "C" in a college-level math course. This course covers fundamental topics in general and organic chemistry and selected topics in biochemistry.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1032L
CHM

General, Organic, Biochemistry Laboratory

$73.00 lab fee Prerequisite or Corequisite: CHM1032 or CHM1040. This course involves a series of "at home" activities using a kit supplied by the college and additional chemicals and materials commonly found in the home. Laboratory reports will be communicated via the Internet. Topics in physical and chemical properties, colloids, and solutions, electrolytes, pH and buffers, properties of organic compounds, and characteristics of amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids will be addressed.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 2

1040
CHM

Fundamentals of Chemistry

Prerequisite: Satisfactory mathematics placement on the College-Level Placement Test or completion of MAT1033 or MAC1105 with a minimum grade of “C.” This course covers the fundamentals of chemistry with emphasis on descriptive chemistry. It includes topics in equations, stoichiometry, the Periodic Table, gas laws, nuclear chemistry, acids-bases, pH, and selected topics in carbon chemistry. (This course does not meet the chemistry requirement for science majors.)

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1040L
CHM

Fundamentals of Chemistry Laboratory

$73.00 lab fee This course introduces students to safety in the laboratory, fundamental chemistry laboratory processes, procedures, techniques, and equipment appropriate for the beginning student. It explores basic chemical and physical properties and changes, types of chemical reactions, behavior of gases, stoichiometric application, simple equilibria, and fundamentals of quantitative analysis.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 2

1045
CHM

General Chemistry

Prerequisites: CHM1040 or consent of the instructor; MAC1105. Corequisites: CHM 1045L and MAC1140. Topics covered are chemical calculations, inorganic nomenclature, chemical reactions, thermochemistry, gases, atomic structure, configurations, periodicity, oxidation-reduction, and chemical bonding, including MO and VSEPR theory.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1045H
CHM

Honors General Chemistry

Credit hours: 3

1045L
CHM

General Chemistry Laboratory

$35.00 lab fee Corequisite: CHM1045. This course explores chemical and physical properties of substances, types of chemical reactions, energy changes, chemical separations, and quantitative analysis procedures. Designed to accompany the lecture, this laboratory enhances the student's understanding of the lecture topics and teaches basic chemical laboratory techniques.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 3

1046
CHM

General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis

Prerequisites: MAC1140 with a minimum grade of "C" and CHM1045 or the equivalent. Corequisite: CHM1046L. Topics include solids, liquids, gases, colligative properties, kinetics, gaseous equilibria, nuclear chemistry, weak electrolyte equilibria, solubility equilibria, entropy, free energy, and electrochemistry.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1046L
CHM

General Chemistry And Qualitative Analysis Lab

$35.00 lab fee Corequisite: CHM1046. The first half of this course emphasizes quantitative analysis techniques to expand the student's knowledge of oxidation-reduction, gravimetric analysis, colligative properties, reaction rates, electrochemistry, chemical equilibrium and electrolytes. The second half of this course focuses on the chemical and physical techniques to identify unknown substances. Designed to accompany the lecture, this laboratory enhances the student's understanding of the lecture topics and teaches basic chemical laboratory techniques.

Credit hours: 2
Lab hours: 6

2210
CHM

Organic Chemistry I

Prerequisite: CHM1046, CHM1046L. Corequisite: CHM2210L. A course in reactions, preparations, nomenclature, stereochemistry, conjugation, resonance, nucleophilic aliphatic substitutions, and elimination in alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alkyl halides, alcohols, ethers, and cyclics, with an extensive introduction to organic synthesis.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2210L
CHM

Organic Chemistry I Laboratory

$76.00 lab fee Corequisite: CHM2210. An accompanying course to Organic Chemistry I. Designed to accompany the lecture. This laboratory enhances the student's understanding of lecture topics and teaches basic organic laboratory techniques.

Credit hours: 2
Lab hours: 4

2211
CHM

Organic Chemistry II

Prerequisite: CHM2210. Corequisite: CHM2211L. A course covering the reactions, preparations, nomenclature, stereochemistry, conjugation, adn resonance in aromatic and carbonyl compounds, amines, heterocyclics, phenols, and their derivatives, including organic synthesis and a comprehensive in-depth study of organic spectroscopy.

Credit hours: 4
Lecture hours: 4

2211H
CHM

Honors Organic Chemistry II

Credit hours: 4

2211L
CHM

Organic Chemistry II Laboratory

$76.00 lab fee Corequisite: CHM2211. An accompanying course to Organic Chemistry II. Designed to accompany the lecture. This laboratory enhances the student's understanding of lecture topics and teaches basic organic laboratory techniques.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 3

2949
CHM

COOP/Work Experience/Chemistry

1-3 crs. Cooperative Education courses may be taken toward completion of most of the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degree programs. A maximum of six credit hours may be used in meeting the A.A. degree requirements. Prerequisite: Minimum of 2.0 GPA, meet with the co-op coordinator, and availability of co-op work experience slot. Supervised, practical work experience that seeks to combine theories and apply practical skills to projects in the student’s major field of study. Requirements include online weekly, mid-term, and end-of-term reflection assignments.

Credit hours: 1
Other hours: 1

ESC - Earth & Space Sci Survey

2000
ESC

Earth and Space Science Survey

An introductory course that consists of four units that emphasize broad coverage of the basic topics and principles in geology, oceanography, astronomy, and meteorology. The course is intended to meet the need of Pre-Elementary Teacher Education majors as well as general education requirements.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2000H
ESC

Honors Earth & Space Science Survey

Credit hours: 3

EVR - Environmental Studies

1001
EVR

Introduction to Environmental Science

Introduction to the study of major environmental problems and issues confronting modern society. Topics include ecosystem structure and function; population patterns and dynamics; pollution of the air, water, and land; and resource management. This course satisfies general education requirements for the physical sciences.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1001H
EVR

Honors Introduction to Envrionmental Science

Introduction to the study of major environmental problems and issues confronting modern society. Topics include ecosystem structure and function; population patterns and dynamics; pollution of the air, water, and land; and resource management. This course satisfies general education requirements for the physical sciences.

Credit hours: 3

1001L
EVR

Introduction to Environmental Science Laboratory

$59.00 lab fee Prerequisite or Corequisite: EVR1001. Laboratory activities will focus on resource management issues. Student will learn how to design experiments, conduct field work, college and analyze data, and prepare scientific reports. (Recommended for students majoring in science or secondary science education.)

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 3

OCE - General Oceanography

1001
OCE

Fundamentals of Oceanography

A study of the ocean basins, the ocean floor, seawater, water masses, circulation, tides, waves, sediment, and topics in modern ocean science.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1001H
OCE

Honors - Fundamentals Of Oceanography

Credit hours: 3

GLY - Geology

1010
GLY

Physical Geology

Physical properties, identification, and origin of minerals. Classification of rocks, physical processes that shape the earth; graduation, deposition, vulcanism, glaciation, weathering, rock deformation, mountain building and metamorphism. Geologic maps.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1010H
GLY

Hnrs Physical Geol

Credit hours: 3

1032
GLY

Natural Disasters

Exercises in the identification of common rocks and minerals, interpretation of topographic maps and aerial photographs, methods of geological illustration.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1032H
GLY

Honors Natural Disasters

Credit hours: 3

MET - Meteorology

1010
MET

Introductory Meteorology

A study of the observation and distribution of weather variables, atmospheric motion, precipitation, and topics in modern weather science.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2949
MET

Coop:Meteorology

Credit hours: 3
Other hours: 3

MCB - Microbiology

2004
MCB

Microbiology

Prerequisites: Must have completed 3 hrs. biology or 3 hrs. chemistry. Corequisite: MCB2004L. The study of bacteria, molds, yeast, and other microorganisms. Emphasis is on distribution, spread, culturing, identification, classification, and the role of these microorganisms in human diseases. This course is not intended for biology majors.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2004H
MCB

Microbiology Honors

Credit hours: 3

2004L
MCB

Microbiology Laboratory

$129.00 lab fee Corequisite: MCB2004. Microbiology lab covers the study of bacterial techniques. Students learn how to culture and stain bacteria as well as perform metabolic tests to aid in bacterial identification. The effects of antibiotics and disinfectants on microbial growth are also tested.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 3

PHA - Pharmacy

2949
PHA

COOP/Work Experience/Pharmacy

1-3 crs. Cooperative Education courses may be taken toward completion of most of the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degree programs. A maximum of six credit hours may be used in meeting the A.A. degree requirements. Prerequisite: Minimum of 2.0 GPA, meet with the co-op coordinator, and availability of co-op work experience slot. Supervised, practical work experience that seeks to combine theories and apply practical skills to projects in the student’s major field of study. Requirements include online weekly, mid-term, and end-of-term reflection assignments.

Credit hours: 1
Other hours: 1

PSC - Physical Sciences

2949
PSC

COOP/Work Experience/Physical Science

1-3 crs. Cooperative Education courses may be taken toward completion of most of the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degree programs. A maximum of six credit hours may be used in meeting the A.A. degree requirements. Prerequisite: Minimum of 2.0 GPA, meet with the co-op coordinator, and availability of co-op work experience slot. Supervised, practical work experience that seeks to combine theories and apply practical skills to projects in the student’s major field of study. Requirements include online weekly, mid-term, and end-of-term reflection assignments.

Credit hours: 1
Other hours: 1

PHY - Physics

1009
PHY

Ib Physics

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1020
PHY

Basic Concepts of Physics

This is a basic overview course presenting physics concepts with a minimum emphasis on mathematics. As a conceptual course, it is designed to help students develop a clear and logical understanding of the fundamental physics principles to include motion, gravity, vectors, momentum, energy, vibrations, waves, heat and thermodynamics. Further, it will include practical examples that demonstrate the role of physics in other disciplines.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

1023
PHY

Survey of General Physics

Prerequisite: MAC1140, MAC1114. A conceptual approach to physics with emphasis on problem solving. This course is designed for students who plan to take PHY 2048 and have had no previous physics course.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2048
PHY

University Physics I

Prerequisites: MAC2311, PHY1023 or equivalent. A study of mechanics and simple harmonic motion at the calculus level with engineering applications.

Credit hours: 4
Lecture hours: 4

2048H
PHY

Honors University Physics I

Prerequisites: MAC2311, PHY1023 or equivalent. Corequisite: MAC2312, PHY2048L. A study of mechanics and simple harmonic motion at the calculus level with engineering applications.

Credit hours: 4

2048L
PHY

University Physics I Laboratory

$8.00 lab fee Corequisite: PHY2048 or consent of instructor. Investigation of lecture-related materials with an emphasis on the relationship of theoretical concepts to realistic measurements.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 3

2049
PHY

University Physics II

Prerequisites: PHY2048, MAC2312. Corequisite: PHY2049L. A continuation of PHY2048 involving selected topics from sound, thermodynamics, optics, electricity, and magnetism.

Credit hours: 4
Lecture hours: 4

2049H
PHY

Honors University Physics II

Prerequisites: PHY2048, MAC2312. Corequisite: PHY2049L. A continuation of PHY2048 involving selected topics from sound, thermodynamics, optics, electricity, and magnetism.

Credit hours: 4

2049L
PHY

University Physics II Laboratory

$10.00 lab fee Corequisite: PHY2049 or consent of instructor. A continuation of PHY2048L.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 3

2053
PHY

College Physics I

Prerequisite: MAC1140, MAC1114. Corequisite: PHY2053L. Selected topics from mechanics and thermodynamics. Application is towards nonengineering fields.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2053L
PHY

College Physics I Laboratory

$9.00 lab fee Corequisite: PHY2053 or consent of instructor. Laboratory work involves investigation of lecture-related materials and alternative approaches to problem solving.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 2

2054
PHY

College Physics II

Prerequisite: PHY2053. Corequisite: PHY2054L. A continuation of PHY2053 involving selected topics from mechanics, wave motion, sound, optics, electricity, magnetism, and atomic physics.

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

2054L
PHY

College Physics II Laboratory

$14.00 lab fee Corequisite: PHY2054 or consent of instructor. A continuation of PHY2053L.

Credit hours: 1
Lab hours: 2

2949
PHY

COOP/Work Experience/Physics

1-3 crs. Cooperative Education courses may be taken toward completion of most of the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degree programs. A maximum of six credit hours may be used in meeting the A.A. degree requirements. Prerequisite: Minimum of 2.0 GPA, meet with the co-op coordinator, and availability of co-op work experience slot. Supervised, practical work experience that seeks to combine theories and apply practical skills to projects in the student’s major field of study. Requirements include online weekly, mid-term, and end-of-term reflection assignments.

Credit hours: 1
Other hours: 1

BIO - Transfer Generic Biology

XXX1
BIO

Gen Biology

Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3

Natural Sciences Faculty

Name Title Phone Email
Nils Akerlind Assistant Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2860 nakerlind@gulfcoast.edu
Penni Beitzel Assistant Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2866 pbeitzel@gulfcoast.edu
Jessica Edwards Assistant Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 6020 jedwards8@gulfcoast.edu
Fledia Ellis Professor (850) 872-3848 ext. 3848 fellis@gulfcoast.edu
Vicky Ellis Associate Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2856 vellis@gulfcoast.edu
Carrie Fioramonti Assistant Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 4010 cfioramon@gulfcoast.edu
Linda Fitzhugh Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2863 lfitzhugh@gulfcoast.edu
Lee Gonshor Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 3332 lgonshor@gulfcoast.edu
Clifford Harris Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2865 charris@gulfcoast.edu
Akiko Nakamura Assistant Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 5148 anakamura@gulfcoast.edu
Gregory Robinson Assistant Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2853 grobinso4@gulfcoast.edu
James Sheetz Associate Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2859 jsheetz@gulfcoast.edu
Jamieson Webb Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2858 jwebb@gulfcoast.edu
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