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The Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining at Queen’s university has prepared global mining industry leaders for 125 years. It is today not only the largest mining department in Canada but among the largest in the world.
In fact, Queen’s mining engineers account for some 33 percent of all Canadian mining and mineral processing engineers who have graduated from Canadian universities.
The Mining graduate program concentrates on teaching and research involving the broader field of excavation and processing of core to obtain the mineral products required by contemporary society.
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A Bachelor’s degree in Mining, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering or other related engineering fields. Many of our students come from industrial backgrounds. Anyone without academic prerequisites will be placed on probation and required to take additional courses before initiating a MEng program of study. • Grade requirements: B- (70%) average.
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