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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.
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
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.
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.
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