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FIRST-CYCLE STUDIES - ENGINEERING

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  • 1
    semester
    • You know the importance of environmental awareness – subject: Foundations of engineering and environmental conservation
    • You can recognise hazards and know how to handle them – subject: OHS and ergonomics
    • You understand the need to acquire knowledge in economics and finance as the basis of any industrial activity – subject: Foundations of economics
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You know the location of mineral resources and the areas where they are exploited – subject: Mining outline
    • You are able to make technical drawings in accordance with Polish standards in CAD tools – Engineering Graphics and Technical Drawing
    • You can read and analyse geological maps, geological structures, directions of geological surfaces – Geology, Mineralogy and Petrography
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You are able to design basic processes related to the extraction of raw materials in underground mining – subject: Underground mining
    • You are able to apply modern calculation tools in solving practical engineering problems – subject: Engineering calculation methods
    • You are able to describe the processes occurring in materials under the influence of external factors – subject: Materials Science
    3
    semester
  • 4
    semester
    • You are able to design basic processes connected with the extraction of raw materials in opencast mining – subject: Opencast mining
    • You are able to use mining maps and are able to make surveying measurements in practice – subject: Geodesy and mining cartography
    • You are able to select machinery and appropriate processing and enrichment technologies depending on the expected product – subject: Mineral processing
    4
    semester
  • 5
    semester
    • You know and are able to select suitable machinery for specific tasks in the mining industry – subjects: Machines and equipment in underground mining and Machines and equipment in opencast mining
    • You are able to examine rock samples and determine geomechanical conditions of mining operations – subject: Geomechanics
    • You are able to select ventilation equipment for selected ventilation networks – subject: Mining Aerology
    5
    semester
  • 6
    semester
    • You are able to assess water inflow to a mine and solve related problems – subject: Hydrogeology and drainage
    • You are able to handle explosives safely – subject: Blasting Technology
    6
    semester
  • 7
    semester
    • You have knowledge of designing and excavating mine workings – subject: Mining construction
    • You know the natural hazards occurring in mining industry – subject: Natural hazards in mining industry
    • You are able to prepare geological-mining documentation in the environment of GIS spatial information systems
    7
    semester
  • 8
    semester
    • You are able to solve advanced engineering problems connected with the mining industry and make conclusions based on your research results – subject: Diploma Seminar
    8
    semester

SECOND-CYCLE STUDIES - MASTER'S DEGREE

Capacity counter 20/20

Mining Geomechanics and Underground Construction

  • 1
    semester
    • You are able to prepare design documentation – subject: Design of technological processes in mining
    • You are able to monitor hazards and prevent them – subject: Measurement techniques and monitoring in the mining industry
    • You are able to identify the genetic types of ores and minerals they contain – subject: Geology of deposits
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You are able to select and design the lining of an underground excavation – subject: Underground excavation casing
    • You are able to model a deposit using modern computer methods – subject: Deposit modelling
    • You are able to design and conduct field studies – subject: Field studies of rock and soil medium.
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You are able to assess a rock bump hazard in an underground mine – subject: Rock bumps and tremors
    • You know and can apply selected numerical methods – subject: Application of numerical methods in geomechanics
    • You are able to design technologies.
    3
    semester
  • 4
    semester
    • You are able to solve advanced engineering problems and draw conclusions based on the results of your research – subject: Diploma Thesis
    4
    semester

Opencast mining

  • 1
    semester
    • You are able to describe relations in the social-economic-environmental macrosystem – Environmental Management
    • You are able to prepare project documentation – subject: Design of technological processes in mining
    • You are able to identify the genetic types of ores and minerals they contain – deposit geology
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You are able to design and carry out complicated explosive works – subject: Explosive engineering in opencast mining
    • You can design an opencast mine – subject: Design of opencast mines
    • You know the principles of operation and use of technological systems of mining, transport and processing of rock materials – Technological systems in rock materials mining
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You are able to make a feasibility study for mining projects – subject: Feasibility study of mining projects
    • You are familiar with underwater mining methods and are able to apply them – subject: Underwater and borehole mining technology of solid materials
    • You are able to check the stability and choose the way of securing escarpments and slopes – subject: Escarpment and slope stability
    3
    semester
  • 4
    semester
    • You are able to solve advanced engineering problems and make conclusions based on the results of your research – subject: Diploma Thesis
    4
    semester

Underground mining

  • 1
    semester
    • You are able to describe relations in the social-economic-environmental macrosystem – Environmental Management
    • You are able to identify the genetic types of ores and minerals they contain – Deposit Geology
    • You are able to prepare project documentation – subject: Design of Technological Processes in Mining
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You are able to design and carry out complicated works with explosives in an underground mine – subject: Blasting Engineering in Underground Mining. You are familiar with underground systems for exploiting ore deposits of different thicknesses – Ore Excavation Systems
    • You are able to determine design parameters for a coal mining system – Coal mining technology
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You are able to propose solutions for the safe conduct of mining operations in challenging natural and technical conditions – subject: Exploitation in constrained conditions
    • You are able to design the closure of a mine site after mining operations have ceased – subject: Reorganisation of underground mines
    • You are familiar with ventilation methods for underground workings and can design effective ventilation – subject: Ventilation and fires
    3
    semester
  • 4
    semester
    • You are able to solve advanced engineering problems and make conclusions based on the results of your research – subject: Diploma Thesis
    • You are able to select non-standard underground mining systems with a complex structure – Special Mining Technologies
    4
    semester

Processing of mineral resources

  • 1
    semester
    • You are able to describe relations in the social-economic-environmental macrosystem – Environmental Management
    • You are able to prepare project documentation – subject: Design of technological processes in mining
    • You are able to identify the genetic types of ores and minerals present in them – deposit geology
    1
    semester
  • 2
    semester
    • You know chemical enrichment methods and can select them depending on the type of mineral – subject: Chemical enrichment methods
    • You know and can select methods for grinding and classification of raw materials – subject: grinding and classification methods
    • You know the equipment used in mud-water techniques – subject: Suspension dewatering processes
    2
    semester
  • 3
    semester
    • You understand the need for rational raw materials and materials management – subject: Raw materials and mineral waste management
    • You are able to design and conduct sample tests – subject: Control and automation of processing methods
    • You can select processing machines and equipment on the basis of a qualitative and quantitative scheme – Design of technological systems of mineral raw material processing
    3
    semester
  • 4
    semester
    4
    semester

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