Academics at the School of Mines
Master's of Science Programs
Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences M.S.
Biomedical Engineering M.S.
Chemical Engineering M.S.
Civil Engineering M.S.
Computational Sciences and Robotics M.S.
Construction Management M.S.
Electrical Engineering M.S.
Engineering Management M.S.
Geology and Geological Engineering M.S.
Materials Engineering and Science M.S.
Mechanical Engineering M.S.
Mining Engineering M.S.
Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences Ph.D.
Biomedical Engineering Ph.D.
Chemical and Biological Engineering Ph.D.
Geology and Geological Engineering Ph.D.
Materials Engineering and Science Ph.D.
Mechanical Engineering Ph.D.
Nanoscience and Nanoengineering Ph.D.
Professional master's programs at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology combine cutting-edge technology with classroom instruction from anywhere in the world to help professionals advance to the next level.
For more information on professional programs, please visit http://professional-programs.sdsmt.edu/
School of Mines Faculty
At the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, world-renowned professors invent tomorrow by preparing the engineering and science leaders of the future and by creating new ideas that drive global research, industry, and policy.
With one of the best student to faculty ratios of any leading public engineering and science university, you have the opportunity to work with a wide range of professors who will challenge you to meet their high standards and create fresh ideas.
At the School of Mines, you will collaborate with faculty on research that will allow you to use your skills and imagination to solve science challenges.
And as our current students and alumni will testify, you will build close working relationships with your professors that will continue throughout your professional career.
School of Mines faculty members also develop close working relationships with each other accross disciplines, especially when it comes to research initiatives. And faculty members also collaborate with industry as the university strives to help solve some of the many engineering and science problems of today as well as generate economic development in Rapid City, the Black Hills, and the state of South Dakota.