Occupational Outlook


There are numerous occupational areas and the occupational outlook for achieving a good job is quite high. The reason therefor is the orientation to practice and the quantitative alignment of this course of study. Applied Geoscientists act in the following industries domestic and abroad:

  • Production and processing of raw materials (petroleum, gas, coal, geothermics, ore, noble metals, construction materials and so on)
  • Environmental Protection
  • Underground mining, building construction, especially tunnel construction, dam construction, foundation measures of huge buildings
  • Dumping technology
  • New materials (fire resistant materials, ceramic, glass etc.)
  • Crystal growing
  • Ground water protection and analysis
  • Software industry
  • Development, production and distribution of analyser
  • Public administrative, federal state authority as well as municipal facilities
  • Institutes for scientific research and universities
  • Museums