Natural Resources Engineering (M.Eng. Or M.a.sc.)

Overview

Apply your knowledge to the management, preservation, and protection of our natural resources.

 

Use creativity and technological tools to design sustainable resource management processes.

Choose from a Master of Engineering (MEng) and Master of Applied Science (MASc). Specialize in two areas of approved study, mining engineering and mineral processing, and extractive metallurgy.

Benefit from a unique perspective not available in other North American universities in this field as it applies to the mining and mineral processing sector.

Apply your knowledge to areas in environment protection, monitoring sources of pollution, reducing resource wastage, and prevention of system failures. Consider and analyze the human impact on the natural systems around us.

 

Key Features

  • The MEng degree requires course work and an industrial project. The MASc degree involves course work and a thesis and can lead to PhD studies.
  • Choose from an extensive list of interests in chemical, mechanical, and mining engineering topics.
  • Create new ways to solve the most important issues facing our environment today.

 

Career Opportunities

Environmental engineer, water resources engineer, environmental consultant, ecological engineering consultant, waste management expert, geotechnical engineer, sustainability engineer.

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