Materials science and engineering program

As a materials science and engineering graduate student, you’ll be working with and studying metals, glass, ceramics and biomaterials. This interdisciplinary masters degree program is sponsored jointly by the ceramic engineering and metallurgical engineering departments, and does require a research component in one of the speciality areas. 

In the areas of glass, ceramic, and biomaterials, the department carries out studies in:

  • Electronic ceramics
  • High temperature materials
  • Structural ceramics
  • Composites
  • Ceramic processing
  • Laser glasses
  • Nuclear waste encapsulation glasses

In the area of metallurgical science, the department carries out studies in:

  • Physical and mechanical metallurgy
  • Extractive metallurgy
  • Metals casting
  • Joining and forming
  • Manufacturing metallurgy

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