Colorado School Of Mines: Golden, Colorado

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  • The Department has two distinctive, but inherently interwoven specialties. The Mining Engineering specialty is predominantly for mining engineers and it is directed towards the traditional mining engineering fields. Graduate work is normally centered ar... more >

  • Course work and research emphasize the application of economic principles and business skills to mineral, energy, and environmental issues with the goal of ensuring that graduates are qualified in four areas: economic analysis, business and investmen... more >

  • CSM offers unique educational programs that offer opportunities to combine science and engineering and provide fundamental principles and practical methods and techniques. Each student in the department develops a program of study that suits his/her edu... more >

  • The Engineering and Technology Management program offers a practical alternative to the traditional MBA by emphasizing the... more >

  • The Division of Engineering offers graduate degrees in engineering with a mechanical specialty. The program demands academic rigor and depth, yet also addresses the real-world problems of advanced engineering and technology. The choice of research topic... more >

  • The Department of Geophysics at CSM is the largest department in the U.S. specializing in applied geophysical research and education. Even so, students receive individualized attention in a close-knit environment. Graduates from the program find employm... more >

  • The interdisciplinary Materials Science program is administered jointly by the Departments of Chemical Engineering and Petroleum Refining, Chemistry and Geochemistry, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Physics and the Division of Engineering. Each... more >

  • The Geochemistry program is an interdisciplinary graduate program administered by the departments of Geology and Geological Engineering and Chemistry and Geochemistry. Students reside in either of the two departments. The Geochemistry program comprises... more >

  • The Department has two distinctive, but inherently interwoven specialties. The Mining Engineering specialty is predominantly for mining engineers and it is directed towards the traditional mining engineering fields. Graduate work is normally centered ar... more >

  • From its inception, the ChE Department has focused on education and basic and applied research aimed at problems of national interest. At Mines, we believe that an important component of the graduate program is the personal relationship that develops be... more >

  • The Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences offers opportunities for graduate study leading to Master's and Ph.D. degrees. The main research areas in the department include partial differential equations, dynamical systems, numerical analysis,... more >

  • The Operations Research program at CSM is the most relentlessly applied operations management program in the world. In order to graduate from this program, each student must do at least one applied project, for free, for a company or agency. The project... more >

  • The Physics Department at Mines offers a full program of instruction and research leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. in applied physics. Graduate students are given a solid background in the fundamentals of classical and modern physics at an advanced leve... more >

  • The Colorado School of Mines and the French Institute of Petroleum offer this joint international degree program in English with eight months spent in... more >

  • Special features: The Petroleum Engineering department has an exchange program with the University of Leoben, Austria which allows a student to spend one semester in Austria during graduate studies and receive full transfer credit back to CSM.The depart... more >

  • The Metallurgical and Materials Engineering program can be tailored to match the student's interest while maintaining the main theme of materials engineering and processing. There are three areas of specializations within the Department: Physical and Me... more >

  • All of the department's degree programs have been admitted to the Western Regional Graduate Program. This allows residents of Alaska, Arizona, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming... more >

  • The objective of the certificate programs is to provide research and analytical skills in the national and supranational relatio... more >

  • The Engineering Systems program offers a graduate multidisciplinary education that is at the intersections of the traditional engineering disciplines. The Engineering Division's faculty represents Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering, as well a... more >

  • The ESE Division offers a multidisciplinary environmental science and engineering program. Graduate students in the program come from diverse academic backgrounds in such fields as life sciences, earth sciences, chemistry, and many engineering disciplin... more >