Study requirements for geosciences and mining engineering and mineral processing

Doctoral degree programme: Geosciences and Mining Engineering and Mineral Processing
Responsible person: Elena Kozlovskaya

Total: 40 credits

General and transferable skills studies 4-8 credits:

  • Introduction to doctoral training 1 cr
  • Scientific research and ethics 2 cr
  • Follow-up group meeting and reporting 1 cr
  • Optional general and transferable skills courses 0-4 cr

Field specific studies 32-36 credits:

  • Doctoral training plan 3 cr
  • Research plan seminar 1 op
  • Other field specific courses 28-32 op  (You can include max. 5 credits of teaching tasks in your studies when you have passed the course 920005J Basics of University Pedagogy for Doctoral Students 2 credits, or equivalent studies)

The structure of the doctoral degree programme provides recommendations for the study schedules, as well as few suggestions for activities and courses that may be of interest in this field:

Structure 2020-2021


Last updated: 22.9.2020