Course - Mineral Production and Resource Geology, Specialization Course - TGB4585
TGB4585 - Mineral Production and Resource Geology, Specialization Course
Examination arrangement: Oral examination
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From the list below, the student must either select two topics worth 3.75 points or one topic worth 7.5 points. Except where noted all the courses below are offered at both 3.75 and 7.5 points.
- Mining engineering - 3,75 stp (professor Hakan Basarir),
- Resource and reserve modelling - 3,75 stp (associate professor Steinar Ellefmo),
- Deep sea mining - 3,75 stp (associate professor Steinar Ellefmo),
- Mineral resource management - 3,75 stp (associate professor Steinar Ellefmo),
- Coal mining methods (professor Charlie C. Li),
- Applied rock mechanics (professor Charlie C. Li),
- Minerals engineering 3.75 stp (professor Rolf Arne Kleiv),
- Chemical analysis - 3.75 stp (associate professor Maria Thornhill),
- Surface chemistry of flotation (professor Hanumantha Rao Kota),
- Mineral resources geology (professor Rune B. Larsen),
- Mineral magnetism applied to mineral exploration (professor Suzanne McEnroe),
- Industrial minerals 3,75 stp (associate professor Kurt Aasly),
- Process mineralogy 3,75 stp (associate professor Kurt Aasly),
- Geochemistry (associate professor Bjørn Eske Sørensen).
An ordinary course (7.5 ECTS) may replace the specialization course, after approval by the supervisor of the specialization project, and the Faculty of Engineering.
Ingress: This course will provide in-depth knowledge in the field.
Knowledge: The student will acquire specialized knowledge in support of project completion in the field.
Skills: The student will be able to find scientific literature and draw out the main elements that are relevant to the project.
General competence: Increased understanding of the field.
Learning methods and activities
Topics are normally given as supervised self study, but can also include exercises, seminars or free-standing lectures. In some modules (fieldwork), a report, presentation or similar may be part of the assessment, in addition to an oral exam. Information about this (including weighting) will be given at course start. The course will be held in English if international students attend.
Further on evaluation
If the course is based on two modules (which have to have the same form of assessment), the grade in the course will be based on the average of both modules. However, in order to be eligible to receive this grade, both modules must receive a passing score.
Admission to a programme of study is required:
Recommended previous knowledge
Construction Engineering, Mineralproduction BC or similar.
Required previous knowledge
Admission to a programme of study is required: Geotechnology (MTTEKGEO), specialization within Mineral Production or Resource Geology, or approval from the person with course responsibility. It is provided that the student has completed all courses which are listed as compulsory for the specialization in the study plan, or gets approval from the person with course responsibility. One or more of the following, or equivalent courses: TGB4246 Mining Engineering, Advanced Course; TGB4300 Minerals Processing, Advanced Course; TGB4115 Mineral Deposit Geology.
Information will be given at start of semester.
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Second degree level
Term no.: 1
Teaching semester: AUTUMN 2021
Language of instruction: English, Norwegian
- Mineral Production
- Resource Geology
- Technological subjects
- Bjørn Eske Sørensen
- Charlie Chunlin Li
- Hakan Basarir
- Hanumantha Rao Kota
- Kurt Aasly
- Maria Thornhill
- Rolf Arne Kleiv
- Rune Berg-Edland
- Steinar Løve Ellefmo
- Suzanne Amy Mcenroe
Department with academic responsibility
Department of Geoscience and Petroleum
Examination arrangement: Oral examination
- Term Status code Evaluation Weighting Examination aids Date Time Examination system Room *
- Autumn ORD Oral examination 100/100 D 2021-12-02
Room Building Number of candidates
- * The location (room) for a written examination is published 3 days before examination date. If more than one room is listed, you will find your room at Studentweb.
For more information regarding registration for examination and examination procedures, see "Innsida - Exams"