We Offer Three Choices
Master of Economic Geology – Offered by CODES
The coursework-based Master of Economic Geology degree (MEconGeol, UTAS course code: S7R) is obtained by completing 8 two-week intensive coursework units over a minimum 2 year period, or 6 coursework units and a thesis worth 25%. Available courses cover a range of topics relevant to mineral deposit genesis, exploration and mining and are taught by the CODES ARC Centre of Excellence at the University of Tasmania (CODES), the University of Western Australia (CET), James Cook University (EGRU) and Curtin University (WASM), as part of a national program, the Minerals Geoscience Masters.
Entry requirements are a BSc(Hons) majoring in the geosciences or a BSc (majoring in geosciences) and at least two-years subsequent full-time work experience in the minerals industry. A coursework-only degree does not qualify graduates for subsequent entry into a PhD.
Read our guide on how to choose a project and supervisor.
Contacts and Links
Prospective students should contact our Masters Coordinator: Robert Scott (Robert.Scott@utas.edu.au, phone +61 3 6226 2786). Information on each coursework unit is available on CODES website and in the Units page under KEA701.
Domestic students (Australian and New Zealand citizens)
- Course information
Note: for international students the course is listed under Postgraduate “Courses offered by Distance”, and not “Masters Programs
Master of Science (Exploration Geoscience) –Offered by CODES
Domestic and international students interested in a more substantial individual research component may opt for the Master of Science (Exploration Geoscience). For this degree, students complete 3 two-week coursework units (as above, CODES courses only) and a research thesis worth 75%. This degree is classified as Masters by Research (MSc ExGeo) and the UTAS course code is S8E. The entry requirement is a BSc(Hons) majoring in the geosciences.
Contacts and Links
Prospective students should contact our Graduate Research Coordinator: Prof Jocelyn McPhie J.McPhie@utas.edu.au)
They can also contact our Masters Coordinator: Dr Robert Scott (Robert.Scott@utas.edu.au) and UTAS Graduate Research website for more information.
Master of Science –Offered by CODES and the School of Earth Sciences
Domestic and international students can also undertake a research-only Master of Science degree (MSc). The entry requirement is a BSc(Hons) majoring in the geosciences.