Natural Resources Engineering (PhD)

Overview

Invent, innovate, conceptualize, and create new ways to make the world a better place.

 

Help solve common problems in your community with your inventions and innovation in science and technology.

Become part of an organization of professionals with a rich history. Answer the call to be an engineer and work toward a common goal.

Study and work with professionals in one of the most productive and fertile geology in the world. Learn to consider the environmental, social, and economic impacts that influence decisions in mining and the community.

Choose from two areas of study: mining engineering and mineral processing and extractive metallurgy, and from many research topics under three broad headings: mining engineering, process engineering, robotics, automation and advanced methods.  

 

Key Features

  • Enhance your resume and earn knowledge and skills that are valuable to future employers.
  • Apply your creative problem solving skills, scientific and technical knowledge to relevant issues in today’s world.
  • Benefit from post-graduation employment rates that have consistently outpaced the provincial trend.

 

Career Opportunities

Civil service, engineering, entrepreneurship, graduate studies, management, manufacturing, mining engineering, mining technologies, research and development

This program is part of the Goodman School of Mines.

Key Features

Enhance your resume and earn knowledge and skills that are valuable to future employers.
Apply your creative problem solving skills, scientific and technical knowledge to relevant issues in today’s world.
Benefit from post-graduation employment rates that have consistently outpaced the provincial trend.

Career Opportunities

Civil service, engineering, entrepreneurship, graduate studies, management, manufacturing, mining engineering, mining technologies, research and development.

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