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Mining engineering is a major for people passionate about the sciences and looking for a challenging job in an attractive and changing environment. If you belong to this group, this could be a subject that would be of interest to you and give you the opportunity to develop in this field. The reality of the mining world is changing rapidly and technologies are developing all the time. This is made possible by computerisation, robotisation and the development of digitalisation, which are the combined result of mathematical and natural sciences. Techniques and modern technologies for the extraction of raw materials and the operation of mining machinery are other topics that will have no secrets from you. Mining engineering also focuses on developing your ability to work in a team andleadership skills. This will enable you to lead a group of people and take on managerial positions in the future. Help us get to the 3.0, or even 4.0, stage of Mining!

FIRST-CYCLE STUDIES - ENGINEERING

Capacity counter 24/24
  • 1
    semester
    • You know where mineral resources are stored and in which locations they are excavated – subject: Mining outline. You can identify hazards and understand how to cope with them – subject: OHS and ergonomics
    • You know how important it is to protect the environment – subject: Fundamentals of engineering and environmental protection.
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You are capable of designing basic processes related to the extraction of raw materials in surface mining – subject: Opencast mining.
    • You are able to use mining cartographic maps and you are able to make geodesic measurements in practice – subject: Geodesy and mining cartography
    • You understand the need to acquire economic and financial knowledge as the foundation of any industrial activity – subject: Fundamentals of Economics
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    3
    semester
  • 4
    semester
    • You are familiar with and able to select appropriate machinery needed to undertake specific tasks in the mining industry – subject: Machines and equipment in underground mining and Machines and equipment in opencast mining
    • You are familiar with the legal requirements for conducting mining operations and are able to refer to legal acts – subject: Geological and mining law with related regulations components. You are familiarised with the practical aspects of operating a mine – subject: Practical training in technology.
    4
    semester
  • 5
    semester
    • You are familiar with planning and excavation of mine workings – subject: Mining Construction
    • You are able to examine rock samples and determine geomechanical conditions of mining activities – subject: Geomechanics
    • You can assess water inflow to a mine and solve related problems – subject: Hydrogeology and drainage
    • You are able to design an opencast mine – subject: Design of opencast mining works
    • You are able to assess the stability of the ground – subject: Geotechnics
    • You are able to design an underground mine – subject: Underground mining work design
    • You are able to assess the rock mass and the load on the lining of underground excavations – subject: Geotechnical Engineering
    5
    semester
  • 6
    semester
    • You are able to safely handle explosives – subject: Explosive technology
    • You are familiar with natural hazards in mining – subject: Natural hazards in mining
    • You gain practical experience in independent and team-based execution of responsibilities in a mining company – subject: Technology apprenticeship
    • You are familiar with the work technology of individual machines in surface mining – subject: Technology of open pit and pit mining
    • You can select suitable technology for dumping and restore the public and practical properties of post-mining areas – subject: Heaping and reclamation
    • You can select the mining system in relation to geological and mining conditions – subject: Underground deposit mining technology
    • You are familiar with the mining methods and systems used in underground ore mining – subject: Mining methods of extracting metal ores
    6
    semester
  • 7
    semester
    • You are able to solve advanced engineering problems related to the mining industry and make conclusions based on the results of your research – subject: Engineering thesis
    7
    semester

STUDIA DRUGIEGO STOPNIA – MAGISTERSKIE

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Surface mining

  • 1
    semester
    • You are able to design an opencast mine – subject: Design of opencast mines
    • You can prepare design documentation – subject: Design of technological processes in mining
    • You are familiar with underwater mining methods and can apply them – subject: Underwater and opencast mining technology of solid materials
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You are able to carry out feasibility studies for mining projects – subject: Mining projects feasibility study
    • You are able to design and execute complicated works using explosives – subject: Blasting Engineering in opencast mining
    • You are familiar with and can select appropriate machinery and design a technological system for a quarry – subject: Technological systems in stone mining
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You are able to solve advanced engineering problems and make conclusions based on your research – subject: Thesis
    • You are familiar with the methods of surface mine closure and are able to select the most appropriate method with respect to geological-mining conditions and relevant social circumstances – subject: Surface Mine Closure
    3
    semester

Underground mining

  • 1
    semester
    • You know the methods of ventilation of underground minings and can design effective airing – subject: Ventilation and fires
    • You are able to model a deposit using modern computer methods – subject: Modelling of deposits
    • You can prepare project documentation – subject: Design of technological processes in mining
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You are able to design and carry out complicated works using explosives in underground mine conditions – subject: Explosive engineering in underground mining
    • You are able to propose solutions for the safe conduct of mining work in challenging natural and technical conditions – subject: Exploitation under constrained conditions
    • You are able to design the closure of a mining plant after the completion of mining operations – subject: Reorganisation of underground mines
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You are able to solve advanced engineering problems and make conclusions based on your research – subject: Diploma thesis
    • You know methods and are able to design methods of mining disturbed deposits and deposits in difficult geological-mining conditions – subject: Special mining technologies
    3
    semester

Mineral Processing

  • 1
    semester
    • You are familiar with chemical enrichment methods and can select them depending on the ore – subject: Chemical enrichment methods
    • You understand the need for environmental management in an enterprise and waste management – subject: Environmental Management
    • You can prepare project documentation – subject: Design of technological processes in mining
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You know and can select methods of grinding and classifying raw materials – subject: Grinding and classification methods
    • You understand the need for rational raw materials and materials management – subject: Raw materials and mineral waste management
    • You can design and conduct sample tests – subject: Inspection and automation of refining processes
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You are able to solve advanced engineering problems and make conclusions based on the results of your research – subject: Thesis
    • You are able to balance technological systems and create quantity and quality schemes – subject: Design of technological systems of mineral processing
    3
    semester

Mining Engineering

  • 1
    semester
    • You are able to use advanced computer software to mine designing – subject: Mining CAD
    • You understand the importance of corporate social responsibility in mining sector – subject: Social subject (Corporate Social Responsibility in Mining)
    • You know the basics of underground and surface mining – subjects: Rudiments of Mining & Selected problems of surface mining
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You understand the importance of OHS in mining – subject: Work safety and ergonomy
    • You know principles of explosives usage in mining and other applications – subject: Selected problems of blasting techniques
    • You understand air flow in underground mines – subject: Mining ventilation
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You can solve advanced engineering problems and make conclusions based on the results of your research – subject: Diploma thesis.
    • You know the principles of operational management in mining companies – subject: Selected problems of mine planning and economics
    3
    semester

Mining Geomechanics and Underground Construction

  • 1
    semester
    • You are able to model a deposit using modern computer methods – subject: Modeling of deposits
    • You are able to monitor hazards and prevent them – subject: Measurement techniques and monitoring in the mining industry
    • You can prepare project documentation – subject: Design of technological processes in mining
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You are able to assess the condition of rock bumps in an underground mine – subject: Rock bumps and tremors
    • You are familiar with and can apply selected numerical methods – subject: Application of numerical methods in geomechanics
    • You are able to select and design the lining of an underground excavation – subject: Underground excavation lining
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You are able to solve advanced engineering problems and make conclusions based on your research – subject: Diploma thesis
    • You are able to design and implement field studies – subject: Field studies of rock and soil deposits.
    3
    semester

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