Employers Value Geosciences Majors
For a major in Geosciences, choose a concentration in Geology, Environmental Geosciences, Geography, or Urban Studies. Pursuing certificates in our department in Geographic Information Systems, Water Sciences, or Sustainability alongside your degree program offers an additional way to strengthen your knowledge and skills in support of your career goals. Students in geosciences work in industry, consulting firms, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and more. They study and explore Earth materials; help protect our natural resources; use mapping to address social and environmental disparities; contribute to law, policy, and urban planning; and are leaders in problem-solving the major human-environmental issues of the 21st century.
Our GSU department webpage: Geosciences
TOP EMPLOYERS OF GSU GEOSCIENCES GRADS AND AVERAGE SALARY
Current Average Salary by Degree Level for All Majors
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
|$54.2K Bachelors||$71.8K Masters||$79.4K Doctorate|