Education & Training

Professions with Degree in Geology

A degree in Geology combines Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Mathematics together and enables you deal with the Earth’s structure, history and processes that act upon it. The subject has a broader scope including Earth, Atmosphere and Ocean’s study. With this wider scope, the career opportunities are also in abundance.

Being a geologist, you not only help identifying and managing the resources, but also contributing to minimize the impact of economic activities on the environment. As a Geologist you will also be concerned about big issues like climatic change, natural hazards such as earthquakes and volcanoes etc. Further more you may also be studying and researching on other planets.

A Geology degree does have a variety of career options; however it is necessary to make sure whether or not those options suit you. Selection of degree program must be done seeing the job of your interest. Occupations that require Geology education if reviewed before pursuing education take you on right career path.

Below is the list of professions with degree in Geology. Do select the line of work in coordination with available employment opportunities before pursuing your Bachelors or Masters Degree in Geology.

  • Engineering Geologist
  • Geochemist
  • Geophysicist
  • Field Seismologist
  • Geoscientist
  • Hydrogeologist
  • Seismic Interpreter
  • Mudlogger
  • Wellsite Geologist
  • Drilling Engineer
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Geophysical Data Processor
  • Minerals Surveyor
  • Environmental Geologist
  • Field Geologist
  • Geological Educationist
  • Professor/Teacher
  • Petroleum Geologist
  • Mining Geologist
  • Technical Writer/Interpreter
  • Environmental Lawyer
  • Paleontologist
  • Geophysicists
  • Structural Geologist
  • Paleoclimatologists
  • Paleoceanographers
  • Oceanographers