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Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering

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  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
Materials Science and Engineering majors learn to select and create materials used to realize engineering designs in fields such as bioengineering, microelectronics and aerospace. They also learn how to manipulate the elements of matter into the atomic arrangements that insure efficient and cost-effective materials performance, demanded by today’s advanced applications. Through the core course work, students gain the scientific and engineering foundation needed to design metallic, ceramic, polymeric, and composite materials and, in turn, components manufactured from these materials. Students may enhance the knowledge they gain in metals, ceramics, and polymers by completing a concentration in biomedical materials, manufacturing, polymers, or metallurgy. Students may also choose to enroll in electives of complementary fields such as business, electronic materials or statistics. Concentrations in Materials Science and Engineering: Biomedical Materials Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering and Polymeric Engineering.
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