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- Tuition and Fees Distance Learning Second Career Career Coach
• 4 Semesters if full time; at your own pace if part-time
• Full-Time Distance Learning (two 2-week on-site field schools mandatory)
Program codes are for September intakes except those that are indicated differently.
NORT – M042 (CH) Distance Learning – Haileybury Campus
NORT – M042W (CH) Distance Learning – Haileybury Campus
NORT – M002 (HL) Haileybury Campus – On site through distance education
NORT – M002W (HL) Haileybury Campus
NORT – M037 (KL) On site through distance learning – Kirkland Lake Campus
NORT – M044 (PC) On site through distance learning – Timmins Campus
Below are requirements or forms relating to this program.
AutoCAD System Requirements (PDF, 99.5Kb)
Request for Student Photo ID – Distance Students
Approval of Invigilation Form
Field School Supplies
Request to Write/Submit a Test, Exam or Assignment on a Different Date
Publicity and Promotion Consent Form
The technician is part of the engineering team, involved in all aspects of mining from exploration, planning, development and operation, to mineral extraction and environmental control. This program is offered in a modular distance – education format that allows you to take courses from the comfort of your home, avoid long commutes, minimize accommodation and living costs while studying, maintain your employment, as well as develop sound communication and computer skills. Distance theory education is coupled with yearly field school components which are held at the Haileybury campus during the spring.
The Mining Engineering Technician program is a blended program combining on-site and distance learning. Students require the use of a personal computer to access course content, submit assignments, and complete online tests. It is recommended that students have the following minimum hardware requirements to effectively participate in the program.
Graduates may find employment as: surveyors, planners, production supervisors, assayers, process operators, metallurgical technicians, exploration or mine geological technicians, government mine inspectors, mine technicians (ventilation, ground control, environmental, projects), and/or sales and technical representatives.
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