Master of Science in Geology
Language of instruction
French and English
A Bachelor in Earth and Environmental Sciences from the University of Geneva, a Bachelor in Geosciences and Environment with a concentration in geology from the University of Lausanne, or a degree deemed equivalent, upon completion of up to 30 credits of supplementary courses
- Geochemistry-Alpine Tectonics-Ore Deposits
- Geological risk
- Sedimentary, Environmental, and Reservoir Geology
Research on and/or exploitation of natural resources (ore, water, building materials) or energy resources (oil and gas, geothermics); Construction of large-scale civil engineering projects; Resolution and management of ecological, environmental and land-use problems; Natural disaster risk prevention; Teaching and scientific research (secondary schools, higher education, museums); etc.