Careers in Geology vary from locating minerals and other resources to the study and predictions of man-made and natural environmental hazards. Below are some careers that can be pursued with a degree in Geology with several different levels of education and concentration. Each career is linked to a more extended description. If you are interested in the outlook for careers in the geosciences, try the Occupational Outlook Handbook from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. You can also visit the St. Thomas Career Services web site; it is loaded with good information to help you in your career search.
Environmental Education | Mining | Geophysics | Geological Engineering | Research Volcanology | Paleontology | Environmental Consulting | Environmental Law
Field Study | Medical School | Public Policy | Geochemistry | Petrology