Degree of Engineering Exploitation of Mines and Energy Resources

General

Program Description

Resume

FIRST COURSE

First quarter

Second term

1. Mathematics I

2. Graphic Expression I

3. Physics I

4. Geological Foundations of Engineering

5. Chemistry

1. Mathematics II

2. Graphic Expression II

3. Physics II

4. Geology

5. Fundamentals of Computing

SECOND COURSE

First quarter

Second term

1. Business Administration and Economics

2. Mathematics III

3.Topography

4. Electrical Technology

5. Petroleum Geology

1. Thermotechnics and Hydraulics

2. Materials Science and Technology

3. Structure Theory

4. Legislation and Processing of Mining Projects

THIRD COURSE

First quarter

Second term

1. Soil and Rock Mechanics

2. Optional

Mine exploitation

3. Mining Methods

4. Mineral Deposits and Petrology

Energetic resources

3. Exploitation of Energy Resources

4. Power Plants

5. Nuclear Technology

1. Constructions and Works

Mine exploitation

2. Geotechnical Engineering

3. Field Work and Geological Cartography

4. Mining Design

5. Mineralurgical Techniques and Rock Treatment

Energetic resources

2. Fuels: Industrial Operations and Processes

3. Hydraulic Works and Installations

4. Power Lines

5. Alternative Energies

FOURTH GRADE

First quarter

Second semester

1.Projects

2. Explosives and Blasting Technology

3. Optional

1. Final Degree Project

2. Optional

OPTIONAL

Common electives:

1. Water in Mining

2. Aggregate Technology

3. Restoration of Mining Affected Spaces

4. Minerals and Industrial Rocks

5. Vibration Control

6. Mining Topography, GIS and Digital Cartography

7. Mining Machinery

8. Concrete Technology and Artificial Rocks

9. Evaluation and Evaluation of Mining Resources

10. Industrial Maintenance

11.Technical Mechanics

12. Survey technology

13. Calculation of Foundations

14. Nuclear Technology II

15. Fuel Engineering

16. Geothermal Technology

Professional outings

The Graduate in Engineering in Mining and Energy Resources is a qualified professional and prepared to develop tasks of exploration, research, exploitation, benefit, elaboration, transformation or use of the Earth's natural resources, such as rocks and minerals, groundwater, mineral and thermal waters, oil, natural gas and other resources, as well as tasks of generation, transformation and management of energy through conventional or renewable sources.

Among others, the main professional opportunities are:

  • Design and planning of mining operations.
  • Open pit mining and underground mining
  • Production, management and distribution of raw materials for industry and construction.
  • Mineral operations and processes
  • Ornamental and industrial rocks
  • Research, extraction, processing, storage, and distribution of mineral and energy resources.
  • Energy production. Power generation industries.
  • Alternative energies. Energy efficiency advice.
  • Earthworks, blasting, demolition.
  • Manufacture of industrial and pyrotechnic explosives.
  • Environmental impact studies, recycling of materials.
  • Tunnels and other underground works
  • Teaching (Professional Modules, Baccalaureate, University, etc.)
  • In the Local, National, Autonomous or European Administration (measurements, calculations, reports, studies, management of all kinds of industries or farms, repair, maintenance, installation, etc.)
  • As a free professional (offering his services in the drafting of projects, appraisals and appraisals)
Last updated Dec 2019

About the School

La Universidad de Huelva es una institución al servicio de la sociedad que, en el marco de los valores constitucionales, y como entidad de derecho público, dotada de personalidad jurídica, cumple sus ... Read More

La Universidad de Huelva es una institución al servicio de la sociedad que, en el marco de los valores constitucionales, y como entidad de derecho público, dotada de personalidad jurídica, cumple sus fines y desarrolla sus funciones, de acuerdo con la legislación vigente, en régimen de autonomía. Read less