Materials Engineering Courses
This program gives you the skills and knowledge to work in the rapidly growing area of nanotechnology.
Everything we use is made of materials, yet only a handful of these materials occur naturally.
This dual degree is for students who want to pursue a career in the related disciplines of materials engineering and chemical engineering.
This dual degree is for engineers in the fields of physical metallurgy, materials engineering, ceramic engineering or process metallurgy who want to become skilled in technical management and more aware of the economic and social aspects of the engineering profession.
Extractive metallurgists extract and purify metals and other products from ores obtained through mining operations.
Metallurgical engineers mostly work in converting raw metals into more useable formats, such as converting iron ore and coal into steel.