Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering
Mining Engineers design, construct, and manage surface mines, underground mines, and quarries. Graduates work in a variety of U.S. and international companies mining coal, precious metals, industrial minerals and base metals. Graduates also work in regulatory agencies.
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Bachelor of Science (BS) Mining Engineering
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