A Bachelor’s in Mining Engineering Technology will qualify graduates for mining industry entry positions in production, construction, preparation, equipment sales, and environmental controls and in assisting mining engineers. After experience in industry, career paths are possible for positions as executives, managers and entrepreneurs.
Graduates will be able to produce and utilize mining documents, function on teams and communicate with speaking, unity, and graphical skills and manage mining activities in support of a mining plan. They will demonstrate an ability to conduct standard tests and measurements in order to analyze and interpret experiments along with the ability apply these results. They will also demonstrate an ability to design systems, components, or processes for broadly defined mining engineering problems.
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Dr. Clark Egnor, Director
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