line drawing of clock tower Geological Sciences concentrators can find a variety of employment opportunities with their undergrad degree, including the private sector (eg environmental and energy consulting firms), government (state and US Geological Surveys, EPA), academic (research internships at universities, teaching at private schools, museums, outdoor education centers, TFA), and non-profits (community and national organizations). About half of all concentrators eventually go on for a professional or advanced degree, either in basic science or in one of the increasing number of interdisciplinary programs.

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