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
- Est. time to complete:
- 4-6 years
- Credit hours:
- 155 (thesis option), 159 (non-thesis option)
Why earn a combined degree in geological engineering?
Geological Engineering at UND
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.
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Gain the Insights to Lead
With hands-on learning guided by experienced professionals, geological engineering students gather the insights necessary to succeed.