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MINING UNDERGRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES

MINING ENGINEERING AT MISSOURI S&T

When you are searching for a program which best fits your future in Mining Engineering, you will want to choose a diversified, ABET acredited program with highly-knowledgable faculty, world class research labs and facilities, endless internship opportunties and 100% employment secured after graduation.

CURRICULUM

For the Bachelor's of Science degree in Mining Engineering a minimum of 128 credit hours is required. These classes include mining specific courses in rock mechanics, mineral processing, ventilation, explosives and more

LABS AND RESEARCH FACILITIES

The Mining Engineering program at Missouri S&T has world class labs and facilities for you to learn in.  The S&T Experimental Mine is one of kind and allows for a hands on experience for all students.  We also have the Rock Mechanics lab, Mineral Processing lab, Mine Ventilation Lab, and the Explosives Research facility. 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES

The Mining Engineering program at Missouri S&T offers multiple opportunities for our students to get involved in industry related societies.  We have annual conferences, conventions and competitions where our students compete with industry, hosts a booth, attend lectures on upcoming technologies and undergraduate research opportunities.

FINANCIAL AID

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FUNDING

MINING ENGINEERING HAS SPECIFIC SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN ADDITION TO S&T SCHOLARSHIPS. FOR MORE INFORMATION FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW!

Questions? Ask our Mining Engineering Undergraduate Advisor

Mr. Stephen Casey

Senior Academic Advisor

Department of Mining and Nuclear Engineering