What to do with a BS in Computer Science and Geology?
I graduated with a BS in computer science two years ago, worked for a year, hated cubicles, returned for a degree in geology, and I graduate soon. I am doing some research doing computer modeling with a professor and really enjoying it, but when I surf around monster for job postings I really don't see much for someone with my dual degrees. I can see a need in geology for computer scientists to construct computer models and software tools, but I don't know where to send my resume. Any ideas?
Asked By: - 12/23/2009
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I have not found sites like Monster.com to be terribly helpful. You might start with USAJOBS and keep going back to it to check postings... More
Answered By: soilguy_1999 - 12/23/2009
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A number of branches of geology use computer modelling - the oil industry is one especially if you have some geophsyics. Other branches that spring to mind are GIS and remote sensing. I think the combination would go just about anywhere - geology nowadays is very computer oriented. With luck you'll find a field where... More
Answered By: SallyC - 12/24/2009
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