Business is booming for new degree program

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On March 8, 2011

Last spring, Missouri S&T became the first university in the nation to offer a master’s degree in explosives engineering.


The program, which is offered through the mining and nuclear engineering department, had its first graduates during commencement:

James W. “Buck” Hawkins, MinE’10, MS MinE’10, of Seaman, Ohio
Nathan Rouse, MinE’09, MS MinE’10, of Willow Springs, Mo.
Charles Zdazinsky, MinE’08, MS MinE’10, of New Albany, Ind.

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On March 8, 2011. Posted in News, Spring 2011

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