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The Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering offers a diversified program which gives you the knowledge of the different types of mining, with core courses geared toward materials handling and processing, surveying, rock mechanics, ventilation, surface and underground mine design, as well as blasting/explosives and mine rescue and safety.
Our bachelor of science degree in Mining Engineering consists of 128 hours. Freshman admits in the Freshman Engineering Program (FEP) have the option to select Mining Engineering as their discipline. Once you have chosen Mining Engineering as your field of study, you become eligible for multiple department scholarships, renewable each year.
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As an engineering freshman, you'll work toward completing common freshman year courses while acquiring information to help you determine a major and career. During the first two or three semesters on campus, you will take a set of courses that are required by all engineering departments. After successfully completing the freshman engineering requirements, you'll formally apply for admission to the computer engineering department. Admission is nearly automatic if you have completed these requirements.
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The minor in Mineral Processing provides an in-depth study of the fundamental theories and applications of mineral and coal processing and aggregate materials sizing and classification. Any student who receives a Bachelor of Science degree in an accredited engineering program from Missouri S&T may also receive the minor in Mineral Processing by completing 15 credit hours in this specialty.
Mining Engineering students are already on their way to receive a minor in explosives engineering with the completion of one 3 credit hour course already incorporated in the 128 hours towards your degree. You can complete your minor in explosives by taking 12 hours of additional explosives courses.
A student who receives a Bachelor of Science degree in an accredited engineering program from Missouri S&T may receive the Minor in Mining Engineering by completing 15 credit hours from the courses listed below. Non-engineering students who have a strong background in mathematics and the physical sciences may also qualify for the Minor in Mining Engineering with the approval of the Department and based on an individually designed program of study.