You will have the ability and knowledge to lead metallic and nonmetallic exploitation processes. You will be a professional committed to the environment and aware of the impact on communities and returns on investments.
You will lead multidisciplinary work teams in mining operations.
You will perform drilling, blasting, loading and hauling activities.
You will design and execute fortification, support and ventilation in underground and open pit mines.
You will develop and lead quality and operations control programs in mining production processes, integrating safety and environmental variables.
You will use management tools to control short and medium term mining operations.
You will have the ability to plan underground or open pit mining exploitation.
You will manage security and environmental control systems at the mine.
You will optimize production processes in mining operations.
You will be a professional with initiative who has the ability to adapt to change and discover opportunities in your work.
These are some of the places in which you will be able to practice your profession as a UPN graduate in Mining Engineering:
Logistics, loading, transportation, ventilation, metallurgical processes and industrial and mining safety operations.
Metallic and nonmetallic mining industries.
Companies that provide services to small, medium and large mining operations.
Research for public and private entities related to the mining sector.
Public sector institutes specialized in mining, metallurgy, petroleum and energy.