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MS in Mining Engineering and Management - Minerals Industries Management Specialization
The Master of Science in Mining Engineering and Management - Minerals Industry Management 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: 30 credits
Research or project requirements: 0 credits
Elective requirements: 3 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.