Get training to become a highly-qualified geological engineer capable of conducting research and solving complex geological challenges.
If you’re looking for the most efficient way to achieve a graduate-level education, choose a combined B.S. and M.S. program from UND. The Harold Hamm School of Geology & Geological Engineering offers access to unique laboratory research and an extensive samples library.
- Program type:
- Combined (Major and Master's)
- On Campus or Online
- Est. time to complete:
- 4-6 years
- Credit hours:
- 155 (thesis option), 159 (non-thesis option)
Why pursue an accelerated geological engineering degree?
Accelerated Geological Engineering Degree
Take advantage of an opportunity to extend your studies to include a graduate degree.
Learn from a curriculum that incorporates geology with elements of civil, environmental, mining and petroleum engineering.
Gain a broad background in physical and social sciences, humanities, communications, mathematics, geology and engineering.
Learn through real-world experience such as cooperative work studies, internships, field research and laboratory projects.
Gain access to a sample library with 80 miles of cores and approximately 40,000 boxes of drill cuttings of the Williston Basin, as well as an extensive collection of water well samples and cores.
What can I do with an accelerated geological engineering degree?
Accelerated Geological Engineering Courses
Leaders in Engineering
Through research and hands-on experience, UND students are learning to make an impact and change the world.