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Graduate Degrees in Mining Engineering offer a variety of core research strengths including surface mining methods, heavy mining machinery, mine ventilation, sustainable development and mine optimization, rock mechanics.
All students must meet Missouri S&T graduate admission requirements as well as the following mining program specific requirements. Application for admission to the Masters or Doctoral degree programs must be accompanied by a letter addressed to the Department Chair, giving a brief summary of the applicant’s background and the specific areas of research interest, if known at the time.
Every graduate student, seeking certificate, masters degree with or without thesis or PhD, is required to secure an advisor which peaks your research interest and ensures your successful cooperative completion of a graduate degree in Mining Engineering. Check out our world-renowned professors and their research areas. Reaching out to your faculty of choice prior to application or admission is suggested. PhD candidates can request a reference letter from your advisor and attach that with your application.
Graduate student funding is available for graduate students seeking MS, ME, PHD or DE in Mining Engineering. Your faculty advisor may have their own funding, and should be discussed prior to acceptance of admission. Other opportunities for graduate student funding at Missouri S&T can be found by clicking the link below:
Further explanation of your secured Graduate appointment funding and your roles and responsibilities, can be found at the following link: