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Geology and the Environment: Internal Earth Processes [Acadia University]

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Acadia University

Provides a review of the course schedule, objectives, learning outcomes, and marking scheme.

Graduate Research Assistantships [Dalhousie University]

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Dalhousie University

Graduate Research Assistantships are available from time to time in Mineral Resource Engineering from individual faculty members for highly qualified students.

Mineral Resource Engineering Undergraduate Program [Dalhousie University]

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Dalhousie University

The undergraduate mining engineering degree is fully accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) which means that graduates will be able to register as Professional Engineers once they have met post-graduation work experience and professional examination requirements. The core degree program covers the basic science and mathematics common to all engineering degrees and discipline-specific material.

Civil and Resource Engineering [Dalhousie University]

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Dalhousie University

List of classes offered and descriptions.

Graduate Studies - Mineral Resource Engineering Program [Dalhousie University]

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Dalhousie University

Mineral Resource Engineering concentrates on the technical, environmental and economic aspects of the extraction and processing of the earth's mineral resources. It has a strong industrial and research interest in underground and surface mining for coal, oil shales, metals, gold and industrial minerals, and in mineral processing. Studies in reservoir engineering, offshore drilling and production of oil and gas complement the Mineral Resource Engineering Program.

Mineral Resource Engineering Program Overview [Dalhousie University]

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Dalhousie University

The Mineral Resource Engineering Program, formerly (Mining Engineering) was one of the four programs of the Nova Scotia Technical College (NSTC), founded in 1907. In 1978 the college became the Technical University of Nova Scotia (TUNS), which merged with Dalhousie University in 1997. Mineral Resource Engineering is now an program within the Faculty of Engineering at Dalhousie University.

Scotia Energy Electricity - Net Metering Program [Nova Scotia Department of Energy, NSDOE]

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Nova Scotia Department of Energy

Renewable energy is crucial to securing a greener, cleaner Nova Scotia. To help make renewable energy more accessible, Nova Scotia Power Inc. has a program called Net Metering. Residential and commercial customers can connect small, renewable energy generating units to the provincial power grid. With this approach, Nova Scotians have the opportunity to use renewables for their own energy needs while at the same time having the security of being able to draw from the grid, if necessary.

Nova Scotia Energy Training Program - Application Guidelines [Nova Scotia Department of Energy, NSDOE]

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Nova Scotia Department of Energy

The Energy Training Program for Students is an example of the Nova Scotia Department of Energy's commitment to continually develop human resources in the province. It was created to encourage private sector employers to hire Nova Scotia post-secondary students for career-related work terms in all sectors of the energy industry. Employers benefit by gaining access to students and recent graduates in a wide range of disciplines from universities and community college campuses in Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia Energy Training Program [Nova Scotia Department of Energy, NSDOE]

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Nova Scotia Department of Energy

The Energy Training Program for Students is an example of the Nova Scotia Department of Energy's commitment to continually develop human resources in the province. It was created to encourage private sector employers to hire Nova Scotia post-secondary students for career-related work terms in all sectors of the energy industry. Employers benefit by gaining access to students and recent graduates in a wide range of disciplines from universities and community college campuses in Nova Scotia.

The Pengrowth-Nova Scotia Energy Innovation Grant - Application [Nova Scotia Department of Energy, NSDOE]

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Nova Scotia Department of Energy

Grants are awarded according to the applicant’s undergraduate academic standing and practical relevance of the project to Nova Scotia’s energy industry. Priority is given to students who have graduated from Nova Scotia’s public school system and have completed undergraduate degrees in Nova Scotia universities.

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