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2016-2017 Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Calendar-ARCHIVED [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Mining Engineering, B.A.Sc. (Class of 2017)


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Subtotal Credits: 29.75


Mining Option N1


Subtotal Credits: 17


Minimum Total Credits: 46.75


Minerals Processing Environmental Option N2


Subtotal Credits: 16.5


Minimum Total Credits: 46.25


Subtotal Credits: 18.25


Minimum Total Credits: 48


Subtotal Credits: 15.5


Subtotal Credits: 25.5


Minimum Total Credits: 41


Minerals Processing Environmental Option N2


Subtotal Credits: 20.5


Minimum Total Credits: 36


Mine-Mechanical Option N3


Subtotal Credits: 22.5


Minimum Total Credits: 38


Elective requirements


Each of the three options within the Mining program have specific Complementary Studies List A and Elective requirements.

To determine how many Complementary Studies List A and Electives you must take for your program please refer to the Mining Engineering section of the ‘Degree Program’ area in the current calendar.

Elective List

  • Some of the courses listed in this table also appear on Complimentary Studies List “A”. Please note that a course can only count as either an Elective or a List A (not as both).
  • Please note that it is the student’s responsibility to check SOLUS to determine if a courses is being offered during a particular year and if it is, in which term it is being held. Course availability and the term in which it is held can change on a yearly basis.

  

Complementary Studies


Refer to the Complementary Studies  section of this calendar for details regarding the requirements for all Engineering programs. For the Mining Program, the Engineering Economics courses are APSC 221  and MINE 330 . The Communications courses are APSC 293  and MINE 434 . Included in the core program is an additional 3.5 credits of Linkage in MINE 462 .

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