Available as an accredited bachelor of science in engineering major (B.S.E) with a concentration in geological engineering
Are you a person who doesn’t shy away from addressing issues that directly impact our stewardship of God’s creation? Are you more aware than ever that our Earth’s natural resources are scarce? God may be preparing you for a career in geological engineering.
At Olivet, become a professional who helps plan and develop new infrastructure for transportation and power in the United States and many parts of the world. Learn how to lead others in finding ways to improve our environment. Focus on helping people become better stewards of the world God has given them to live in and care for.
Olivet’s program in geological engineering covers:
Consider a career as a geological engineer if you:
A rewarding and exciting career, geological engineering is very field-oriented and requires hands-on research. Careers/career fields: Mining engineer, reservoir engineer, operations engineer, professor, geological advisor, field engineer, geotechnical engineer, geophysical engineer, hydrogeological engineer, natural resource production (oil, gas, ores), environmental assessment and remediation, civil engineering (foundations, tunnels, road/transportation construction).