Academic Level
Graduate, Undergraduate

Geoengineers plan, analyze, and design water and waste systems, tunnels, dams, and other facilities on or under the surface of the Earth. Equipped with a strong knowledge of geology, physics, chemistry, mathematics, and engineering mechanics, geoengineers are involved with predicting and controlling dynamic releases of energy, such as damaging rock bursts in mines. The Geoengineering program at the U of M is well-regarded, both nationally and internationally.

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  • University of Minnesota Geological Society

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  • Undergraduate-level classes are 1000-4000. Graduate-level classes are 5000-7000.

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