Lassonde Mineral Engineering Program

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Lassonde Mineral Engineering
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Department
Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering
Discipline Club
Min Club
Former Names
Geological Engineering (19xx - 1998)
Mining Engineering (18xx - 19xx)
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The Lassonde Mineral Engineering (LME) Program is one of the so-called 'Core 8' engineering programs at the University of Toronto. It is also one of the first, established along with the rest of the School of Practical Science in 1873.

History[edit | edit source]

Courses[edit | edit source]

Year Courses
First Fall:
  • APS100 - Orientation to Engineering
  • APS111 - Engineering Strategies & Practice I
  • CHE112 - Physical Chemistry
  • CIV100 - Mechanics
  • MAT186 - Calculus I
  • MAT188 - Linear Algebra

Winter:

  • APS106 - Fundamentals of Computer Programming
  • APS112 - Engineering Strategies & Practice II
  • CME185 - Earth Systems Science
  • MAT187 - Calculus II
  • MSE101 - Introduction to Materials Science
Second Fall:
  • CME210 - Solid Mechanics I
  • CME261 - Engineering Mathematics I
  • CME270 - Fluid Mechanics I
  • ESS262 - Earth System Processes
  • MIN225 - Introduction to the Resource Industries

Winter:

  • CME262 - Engineering Mathematics II
  • CME263 - Probability Theory for Civil and Mineral Engineers
  • ESS224 - Intro to Mineralogy & Petrology
  • MIN250 - Surface Mining
  • Complementary Studies Elective (CS) / Humanities and Social Sciences Elective (HSS)
Third Summer:
  • CME385 - Survey CAMP (Civil and Mineral Practicals) (2-week intensive field-based course)*

Fall:

  • CME321 - Geotechnical Engineering I
  • CME368 - Engineering Economics and Decision Making
  • ESS241 - Geologic Structures and Maps
  • MIN429 - Engineering Rock Mechanics
  • MSE202 - Thermodynamics I

Winter:

  • MIN301 - Mineral Reserve and Mineral Resource Estimation
  • MIN320 - Explosives and Fragmentation in Mining
  • MIN351 - Underground Mining
  • MIN330 - Mining Environmental Management
  • MSE301 - Mineral Processing
  • 1 Complementary Studies Elective (CS) or Humanities and Social Sciences Elective (HSS)
Fourth Summer:
  • MIN400 - Geology Field Camp for Engineers (1-week intensive field-based course)*

Fall:

  • MIN466 - Mineral Project Design I
  • MIN450 - Mineral Economics
  • 1 Complementary Studies Elective (CS) or Humanities and Social Sciences Elective (HSS)
  • 2 Technical Electives

Winter:

  • MIN467 - Mineral Project Design II
  • MIN565 - Design and Support of Underground Mine Excavations
  • MIN470 - Ventilation and Occupational Health
  • 1 Complementary Studies Elective (CS) or Humanities and Social Sciences Elective (HSS) (2)
  • 1 Technical Elective

* Note that, while these courses are taken in August, they are used in calculating the Fall session average.

Min Club[edit | edit source]

Year Chairperson VP Finance VP Academic VP Social
2018-2019 Jihad Raya 1T9+PEY Devlen Malone 1T9+PEY×2 Ksenia Bilaniuk 1T9+idk idk idk
2017-2018 Romy Done 1T6+PEY×2+1 or something Simon 1T8+PEY vp academic yTy vp social yTy
2016-2017 Marko Lopac 1T6+PEY vp finance yTy vp academic yTy vp social yTy
2015-2016 idk yTy vp finance yTy vp academic yTy vp social yTy


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