Dr. Kelli McCormick, Program Coordinator
Mining Engineering and Management Department
MI 235 A
MS in Mining Engineering and Management - Mining Industry Applications Specialization
The Master of Science in Mining Engineering and Management - Mining Industry Applications Specialization only offers a non-thesis option. The course delivery is geared towards both campus and hybrid-distance delivery modes.
SD Mines students accepted to the Accelerated MS option may apply up to 9 credits of 500/600 level MEM credits taken as an undergraduate toward both the BS and the MS degrees.
Degree requirements for non-thesis option
Distribution of credits
Core requirements: 3 credits
Research or project requirements: 0 credits
Elective requirements: 30 credits
Total credits: 33
A minimum of 17 credits of the 33 required must be taken at the 600 level or above.
The following courses are required for this specialization. All core courses must be taken at the 500 level or higher.