Bachelor of Science Degrees in Geoscience

Compare 2 Bachelor of Science Programs in Geoscience

Geoscience

A Bachelor of Science (BSc) is an undergraduate degree awarded to students who have completed a technical or scientific-related major. This program usually takes three to five years to complete and will give students an essential mathematical and scientific background in relation to their chosen field of study.

What is a BSc in Geoscience? This program is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding and extensive knowledge of Earth systems processes. Core course requirements may include science, math and writing for students to develop necessary technical and communication skills related to geoscience. Environmental issues may also be covered and solutions may be explored. Some institutions even offer field experiences to further hone in on students’ skills and expertise in this area of science. A focus may be placed on topics such as eliminating environmental contamination, discovering new energy sources and ores and elements used for industry.

There are several reasons to earn a BSc in Geoscience. For instance, graduates will successfully gain exceptional research and technical skills to make them good job candidates. This will greatly assist them in kick-starting their careers in geoscience.

The cost of earning this degree differs from university to university. Location also plays a role in determining how much you will have to pay. Research your favorite institutions and contact the admissions office to find more out about prices and program details.

Graduates with a BSc in Geoscience have the appropriate professional scientific skills and experience to enable them to pursue careers in the field. They may work in environmental, geophysical and geotechnical consulting agencies. They may also find themselves working in the natural gas and mining industries. Others have the opportunity to work in policy positions and environmental foundations. Some students choose to move on to graduate school.

Many institutions give students the opportunity to earn their BSc online. This is an excellent option for students located across the world. To learn more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

 

 

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BSC (Hons) Geomatic and Land Surveying

Geomatika University College
Campus Full time 4 years January 2019 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Geomatics and Land Surveying specially designed according to the latest developments related to Geomatics and Land Surveying has led us to propose new programs in the undergraduate Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Geomatics and Land Surveying to meet industry needs and the rapid development of technology. [+]

BSC (HONS) GEOMATIC AND LAND SURVEYING

Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Geomatics and Land Surveying specially designed according to the latest developments related to Geomatics and Land Surveying has led us to propose new programs in the undergraduate Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Geomatics and Land Surveying to meet industry needs and the rapid development of technology. The program also sought from Diploma students who need superior platform to enhance their education to enable them to pursue a career in the field of land surveying and the results of discussions with the industry to become a member of the Board of Review / External Advisory Panel appointed by the college we show the specific needs to the field of Geomatics and Land Surveying. Graduates must be able to have a high technical capability and expertise in this field and also sensitive to the needs of the work related to Geomatics and Land Surveying.... [-]


BSc in Applied Geosciences

Montanuniversitaet Leoben
Campus 7 semesters October 2018 Austria Leoben

Exploration, tapping, and evaluation of natural resources and deposits, geological risks assessment, geotechnical projecting of building projects. [+]

BSc in Applied Geosciences

Exploration, tapping, and evaluation of natural resources and deposits, geological risks assessment, geotechnical projecting of building projects.

Do you love working in the field, in the lab, and at the computer? Then register for Applied Geosciences at the University of Leoben – a degree program which combines natural sciences and engineering in a unique way.

The field of activity for applied geoscientists is very comprehensive. It includes the exploration and tapping of natural resources and deposits, the property evaluation of mineral materials, groundwater exploration and protection, prediction of geologically induced risks, contaminated sites exploration and remediation, geotechnical projecting and supervision of building projects and consultancy services.... [-]