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Career Opportunities

Chart your course to a fast-growing, high-paying career

Why study geospatial science? In addition to being a fascinating, interdisciplinary field of study, geospatial science is also a fast-growing field with excellent job prospects. As a geospatial scientist, you’ll have the STEM skills, problem-solving capabilities and technology background that will make you stand out to future employers. 

Geospatial scientists work in a wide range of fields and industries, from government and academia to archaeology, oil and gas, land surveying and conservation.

Here are just a few things you can do with a degree in geospatial science:

  • Become a geospatial analyst for a forest service.
  • Work as a geospatial software engineer.
  • Become a researcher for a university or nonprofit organization.
  • Work as a professional land surveyor.

 

Contact

Geospatial Science
936.468.3301
spatialscience@sfasu.edu

Forestry Building
Room 103

Mailing Address:
PO Box 6109, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962