Upon successful completion of all required courses in the curriculum, the Mining Engineering graduate will be able to:
- Outline and conduct experiment, analyze and interpret results to draw inference for making decisions on mining operating systems;
- Understand fundamental engineering principles and their applications in solving mining engineering problems;
- Carry out the professional duties of an entry-level mining engineer, through proficiency in core mining engineering subjects;
- Understand engineering code of ethics and its impact on professional engineering practice;
- Understand the non-technical aspects or the Mining Engineering profession, including environmental, socio-economic and regular impacts and constraints;
- Know contemporary engineering issues through general education requirements, involvement in professional societies, participation in student activities and reading of professional journals; and
- Understand global mining issues in class presentations.