Graduate Program in Energy and Mineral Engineering

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Options within the Program

The Energy and Mineral Engineering graduate program offers students a uniquely flexible curriculum that gives them the opportunity to develop their own program of study beyond the minimum core requirements. Students who desire disciplinary identity of their research concentration area, may choose from five available options in: energy management and policy, environmental health and safety engineering, fuel science, mining and mineral process engineering, petroleum and natural gas engineering. Students may also focus their research on sustainable energy engineering and subsurface science and engineering.

No matter what area of research is of interest, students are not required to choose an option.

For a full listing of current research areas, please visit our individual faculty profile pages.

Required Core Courses in EME

M.S. Degree

  • EME 500 - Energy and Mineral Project Investment Evaluation (3 credit)
  • EME 580 - Integrative Design of EME Systems (3 credits)
  • EME 590 - Colloquium (1 credit)

Ph.D. Degree

  • EME 581 - Research and Geostatistics Methods (3 credits)

Required Specialty Non-Option Courses

Ph.D. Degree

Elective Courses

To be selected/determined in consultation with the student's advisor and thesis committee.

EME Faculty Research Interests

Energy Management and Policy

Environmental Health and Safety Engineering

* emeritus

Fuel Science

* emeritus

Mining and Mineral Process Engineering

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Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering

* emeritus

Subsurface and Energy Science and Engineering

* emeritus