Master of Economic Geology Short Course
CODES, Centre for Ore Deposit and Earth Sciences, University of Tasmania
8 August – 16 October 2022
The Centre for Ore Deposit and Earth Sciences (CODES) at the University of Tasmania (UTAS) is offering a short course on Geodata Analytics that will run from August 8 – October 16, 2022.
This course work-based Masters program is aimed at geoscientists who want to gain a thorough up-date on advances across the spectrum of economic geology applied to mineral exploration. The Master of Economic Geology at UTAS is part of the national Minerals Geoscience Masters (MGM) program, jointly offered by the University of Tasmania and the University of Western Australia, in conjunction with Curtin Business School at Curtin University.
The Masters course can be completed in either of two ways:
Option 1: requires the completion of six coursework units and a minor research thesis. Four of the units must be completed at CODES, while the remainder may be completed at other participating universities. Duration: 18–24 months full-time; up to 30 months part-time (flexible in recognition of industry participants).
Option 2: requires the completion of eight units of coursework, at least four of which must be undertaken at CODES. Duration: up to 30 months part-time (flexible in recognition of industry participants).
Participating universities offer up to six units annually or in rotation over a two-year period. Most units are of two weeks duration.
UTAS tuition fees are approximately $2,005 per unit (8 in total) for domestic students (2022 rate for Commonwealth Supported Places) and $8,636 (AUD) per unit for full-fee paying overseas students (FFPOS) (2022 rate). Field-based courses have additional costs. Costs will vary for units taught by other MGM partner institutions.
A BSc (Hons), or a BSc (majoring in geoscience) with at least two years industry experience. International students should also refer to http://www.international.utas.edu.au. English language proficiency requirements also apply.
To obtain more information, as well as to register, please visit this section of the UTAS website in order to download the preliminary flyer for the short course.