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Mining Engineering

Mining Engineering is concerned with the optimal exploitation of mineral resources while minimizing environmental impact. The discipline requires a broad knowledge of engineering and scientific subjects.

Mining Engineering

Second Year
APSC 201 3
CIVL 210 4
EOSC 210 3
MATH 253 3
MATH 255 3
MECH 260 3
MECH 280, CIVL 215, or CHBE 251 3 (4)
MINE 224 4
MINE 291 3
MINE 292 3
MINE 293 1
STAT 251 3
Complementary Studies electives1 3
Total Credits 39 (40)
Third Year
APSC 278 3
APSC 279 1
ELEC 203 3
MINE 302 3
MINE 303 3
MINE 304 3
MINE 310 3
MINE 331 3
MINE 333 3
MINE 350 3
MINE 393 1
MINE 396 3
Technical electives2 6
Total Credits 38
Fourth Year
APSC 450 2
ELEC 344 3
MINE 402 3
MINE 404 3
MINE 432 3
MINE 480 3
MINE 486 3
MINE 491 4
MINE 493 1
MINE 403 and 482, or MINE 434 and 462 6
Technical electives2 3
Complementary Studies electives1 3
Total Credits 37
1 See Complementary Studies Courses.
2 Selected with the approval of the Department.

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