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Energy and Mineral Engineering

College of Earth and Mineral Sciences

M.S.

M.S. in Energy and Mineral Engineering

Minimum of 30 credits (24 course credits + 6 credits of Thesis Research)

  • 15 credits representing physical (EGEE 500 - 3 credits) and chemical (EGEE 510 -3 credits) interactions, quantitative skills (EGEE 520 -3 credits), integrative design experience (EGEE 580 - 5 credits), or equivalent substitution in these main programmatic areas, and Colloquium (EGEE 590- 1 credit)
  • A final oral defense of thesis

M.S. in HDNRE

17 credits in HDNRE program (HDNRE 590, HDNRE 574, HDNRE 575, RSOC 555; either ANTH 555 or FORS 565; plus one course).

  • 6 semester credit hours of Thesis Research if a thesis is required.

Ph.D.

Ph.D. in Energy and Mineral Engineering

Minimum of 15 credits of 500-level courses plus dissertation

  • Candidacy examination
  • Comprehensive examination
  • A final oral defense of dissertation

Ph.D. in HDNRE

18 credits in HDNRE program (HDNRE 590, HDNRE 574, HDNRE 575, RSOC 555; either ANTH 555 or FORS 565; plus one course).

If a HDNRE M.S./M.A. student continues into the HDNRE Ph.D. program, 15 credits of interdisciplinary courses must be selected with the approval of the student's doctoral committee.

  • 9 semester credit hours of Thesis Research