Geology

The Geology Department offers a broad spectrum of classes while maintaining a close-knit and collegial learning environment. Each course includes a fieldwork component to integrate field and laboratory analysis. By the time they graduate, our majors are scientists, trained to collect and interpret their own data, think creatively, and answer real-world questions.

Geology graduates work in a diverse array of jobs for a variety of organizations:

Geologist, Environmental Partners, Inc.
Manager of International Projects
, Raven Ridge Resources, Inc.
Principal Hydrogeologist
, Robinson & Noble
Geomorphologist
, Rayonier
Chief Operating Officer
, Integrated Health Plan
Geologist/Marketing Specialist
, U.S. Department of the Interior
Anesthesiologist
, Anesthesia Company
Landscape Scientist
, The Wilderness Society
Senior Digital Advertising Analyst
, ZAAZ
Director of Development, United Way of King County

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