Master of Engineering in Mining Engineering, Graduate Certificate Program in Mining Engineering
Get on the fast track to management and executive positions through a master of engineering degree in mining engineering. Graduates of Missouri S&T’s mining program are leaders in their fields and pursue careers in raw material production, all aspects of mining (coal, metals, aggregates etc.) and related fields, highway, dam and power station construction, and weapons systems. This program is one of the best in the nation. A total of 30 credit hours are required to complete the degree, which includes a limited research component. Through this program, students acquire an advanced understanding of mining processes, an ability to design and select equipment for specific operations and an ability to use cutting-edge engineering tools and knowledge to solve mining-related problems in an economical, safe and efficient way.
This program takes advantage of current developments in online learning; however, for students enrolled in a laboratory section, there may be a three-day to one-week laboratory session required on the Missouri S&T campus.
Since 1913, Missouri University of Science and Technology has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Bachelor’s degree in physical science or engineering, GPA 2.75 or greater, or bachelor’s degree in another subject, along with work experience in mining, may be substituted, if approved; GRE Q 600 or greater and GRE AW of at least 3.5. Candidates may choose to enter through the Graduate Certificate Program, which does not require a GRE. International requirement: TOEFL of 550 or greater.
# of Credits Required:
30 credit hours for
International Student Requirements:
GRE Q 148 or greater (600 based on previous scale) and GRE AW of at least 3.5; TOEFL score of at least 88 iBT. Candidates may choose to enter through the Graduate Certificate Program first, which does not require a GRE.