Mining project evaluation

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Overview

Because you know how big of an impact mine projects can have on investment decisions, you’re interested in gaining the knowledge to oversee the evaluation of mineral resources. Discover the skills that will allow you to evaluate mine projects by studying topics in geostatistics, economics, marketing, investments, government influence and policy and more.

Quick facts

Official name

Graduate certificate in mining project evaluation

Campus

Missouri University of Science and Technology

Program type

Graduate certificate

Academic home

College of Engineering and Computing | Department of Mining and Explosives Engineering

Delivery mode

100% online

Accreditation

Higher Learning Commission

Credit hours

12

Estimated cost

$14,400.00

*This cost is for illustrative purposes only. Your hours and costs will differ, depending on your transfer hours, your course choices and your academic progress. See more about tuition and financial aid.

Construction workers talking by a computer on site of a mine.

Career prospects

Graduate certificates give students the opportunity to broaden their knowledge in a particular discipline, learn the latest in developing fields, and stay competitive in today’s marketplace. Upon completion, students will be able to demonstrate advanced knowledge within a field of study.

Program structure

This program is 100% online: no campus visits required.

Courses are semester-based. Students typically take one class per semester and finish the program in two years.

Delivery

100% online

Calendar system

Semester-based

Typical program length

2 years

Typical course load

1 class per semester

Pathway to a master's degree

Are you a working professional who wants to earn your master's degree, but you don’t have time to take the GRE? Then start in a graduate certificate program. This graduate certificate was designed as a pathway to a mining engineering MS.

The admission requirements are more relaxed and credit earned will count toward your degree. Once you successfully earn your graduate certificate, you can continue with the corresponding master's degree without having to take the GRE. Completion of a graduate certificate program does not automatically guarantee admission into a corresponding graduate degree program. To continue in a master’s degree program, you must apply. If you are applying to a PhD program, you are still required to submit GRE scores.

Accreditation

Missouri University of Science and Technology is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, one of six regional institutional accreditors in the United States.

Faculty spotlight

Kwame Awuah-Offei

Areas of interest: Sustainability, mine reclamation, modeling, simulation and optimization

 

Kwame Awuah-Offei, PhD, PE
Union Pacific/Rocky Mountain Energy Professor in Mining Engineering, Professor, and Chair of Mining and Explosives Engineering
Catherine Johnson, PhD

Dr. Johnson earned a doctorate in mining engineering from the University of Kentucky in 2014 and mining engineering bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Leeds in England. Her research interests include: environmental considerations of blasting, fragmentation prediction, biological effects of shock exposure and explosibility of dusts.

Catherine Johnson, PhD
Associate Professor of Explosives Engineering, Mining and Nuclear Engineering Department

Learn more about this program

This program is administered by the Department of Mining and Explosives Engineering