Please note that this program is entirely taught in French
The diploma of Professional Superior Technician in Geology of UniLaSalle prepares the entry in the industry of technicians and agents of control recognized and appreciated by the professional world in the field of Sciences of the Earth and the Environment. Homologated at level II - equivalent to the first university degree of License (Bac + 3), it allows the pursuit of studies in Master.
This training essentially targets two industrial sectors:
- planning and environment
- energy and mineral resources
Planning and Environment
Technicians use traditional disciplines such as geotechnics, soil mechanics, hydrogeology and geophysics as part of development work. They also work on environmental themes (soil pollution, waste management and storage, natural risks, etc.).
Energy and mineral resources
Technicians explore and exploit natural and energy resources such as metals, fuels (oil, gas, coal, etc.), industrial minerals (feldspar, gypsum, etc.), construction materials (cement, aggregates, sand , gravel, refractory materials, etc.) or even groundwater.
Why become a Geologist Technician?
This 3-year operational training will quickly confront you with the reality of the profession. In direct connection with the field and the material, you learn the daily life of the geological technician and the technical gestures specific to geosciences. The course gradually invites you to gain autonomy and adaptability, qualities required to organize your future professional missions yourself. At the end of this unique training in France, you are the technical expert awaited by environmental and resource companies. The sustainability of deposits, risk prevention and interactions with the natural environment are the major global challenges in which you will be able to invest as a responsible professional.
About the School
UniLaSalle trains generalist engineers to hold high-level executive and top management positions in the following sectors especially: agriculture, food industry, food and health, geology and the envir ... Read More