Master of Science in Ceramic Engineering Program By Missouri University of Science and Technology |Top Universities

Master of Science in Ceramic Engineering

Master of Science in Ceramic Engineering

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The ceramic engineering program in the department of materials science and engineering offers comprehensive graduate education in a number of areas including structural ceramics, electronic materials, high temperature materials, and glass. Further information on these opportunities and facilities available to carry out research in ceramic engineering may be found under materials science and engineering. M.S. degrees are offered in ceramic engineering. The total number of hours required for the M.S. in ceramic engineering is 30. A minimum of 6 hours of 6000-level lectures and a minimum of 11 hours of graduate research on the Missouri S&T campus are required. A maximum of 6 hours of 4000-level lecture credit may be accepted. Hands-on opportunities abound for students in both programs, with internationally recognized research being conducted in the areas of: Glass Electronic ceramics Refractories Structural ceramics Composites Biomaterials Ceramic processing