Minor in Mining Engineering
The minor in Mining Engineering offers a specialized program for students in many other broad-based, technical majors, such as those in engineering or science. The demand for professionals with the training and skills for a career in the minerals- and energy-recovery profession far exceeds the supply. Mineral exploration and evaluation, mine development, marketing, health and safety, environmental protection, and mine management are all areas of industry employment.
A total of 18 credits are required for the minor. A grade of C or better is required for all courses in the minor.
Prescribed Courses: 18 Credits
- MNG 230 - Introduction to Mining Engineering (3 credits)
- MNG 404 - Mine Materials Handling Systems (2 credits)
- MNG 410 - Underground Mining (3 credits)
- MNG 412 - Mineral Property Evaluation (3 credits)
- MNG 422 - Mine Ventilation and Air Conditioning (3 credits)
- MNG 331 - Rock Mechanics (3 credits)
- MNG 441 - Surface Mining Systems and Design (3 credits)