2018's Best Mining Engineering Colleges in the U.S.

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With only 336 graduates per year, Mining Engineering attracts fewer students than average. Of all 389 college majors analyzed it is rated 237th in appeal.

Graduates with a Mining Engineering degree enjoy a 49.0% boost in pay when compared to their college-educated peers. This means the major is positioned 4 out of 121 with regard to earnings potential. Mining Engineering graduates will make about $68,519 in their early career income and $104,605 in their mid-career income.

Unfortunately, we do not have adequate facts to make a ranking of the quality schools for Mining Engineering. However, you can see the most popular Mining Engineering colleges here, and also the popular online Mining Engineering schools.

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