Graduate Diploma in Petroleum Engineering - Postgrado en Ingeniería Petrolífera
The Graduate Diploma of Mining Engineering will be awarded after successful completion of 48 Units of Credit points of coursework, either full time or part time. A majority of the courses will be offered as modules over a short block period to permit employees of mining companies and associated service providers to attend on a part-time basis. Please note that some electives may only be offered every two years.
completion of a recognized bachelor degree
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
Demonstrate an advanced understanding of the disciplinary body of knowledge, including established theories and recent developments relevant to Mining Engineering.
Apply disciplinary principles and practices to new or complex environments.
Apply enquiry-based learning and ways of thinking to new disciplinary and/or professional contexts.
Investigate, generate and synthesise complex ideas and concepts at an abstract and/or applied level.
Critically evaluate contemporary debates and literatures in Mining Engineering.
Analyse problems or issues, articulate appropriate solutions and justify propositions and/or professional decisions.
Communicate complex ideas in a variety of formats to diverse audiences.
Demonstrate a high level of personal autonomy and accountability in the acquisition or application of knowledge or skills.
Demonstrate an understanding of, and the ability to apply, the principles of teamwork and collaboration.
Demonstrate an understanding of international perspectives relevant to mining engineering.
A total of 48 UOC must be completed. Students must do a minimum of 1 stream(s) from the list below of specialisations:
MINERS - Mine Geomechanics
MINEQS - Mine Management
Student enrolment in core and elective courses must be consistent with the relevant Stream rules. Please note that some electives may be offered only every two years. A course calendar indicating current block and distance options is available from the UNSW School of Mining Engineering website