The Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources collaborates with the Department of Geosciences, Department of Mining and Geological Engineering, and the James E. Rogers College of Law to offer the following non-thesis master degrees. Apply through the appropriate department and the graduate college:
Professional Science Masters in Economic Geology
The Professional Science Masters in Economic Geology degree covers a wide-variety of mining-related topics from production to business and management components. This degree offers four different tracks to provide a tailor-made education based on an individual's preferences.
Masters in Engineering in Mining, Geological and Geophysical Engineering Online Degree
The Masters in Engineering in Mining, Geological, and Geophysical Engineering is a groundbreaking online degree designed to advance understanding in core principles while providing specialized curriculums to suit each individual's unique goals.
Master of Legal Studies
The Master of Legal Studies program is designed to provide a foundation for understanding laws and regulations while helping to develop critical thinking skills. This one-year degree program can be pursued on a full or part-time basis.