Geoscience engineering, also known as geological engineering, is a field that combines principles of geology and engineering to address challenges related to the Earth’s subsurface, such as soil and rock mechanics, geological hazards, and resource exploration. Geoscience engineers work on projects like designing foundations for buildings, mitigating natural hazards like landslides and earthquakes, and managing groundwater resources. They play a crucial role in ensuring the sustainable and safe development of infrastructure and natural resource utilization while considering geological factors.