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Bachelor Programs in Metallurgy in North America 2022

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Washington State University
Pullman, USA

In the 21st Century, issues of sustainability, coupled with the rise of emerging technologies, have become a daily aspect of our lives. With everything from 3D printing’s impa ... +

In the 21st Century, issues of sustainability, coupled with the rise of emerging technologies, have become a daily aspect of our lives. With everything from 3D printing’s impact on bone fractures to novel, bio-based approaches in making polyurethanes, the impact of mechanical and materials engineering on our society cannot be understated. By pursuing an undergraduate Materials Science and Engineering (BSMSE) or Mechanical Engineering (BSME) degree at the Washington State University School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (MME), you will learn how to be at the forefront of an exciting field that is constantly evolving. -
Bachelor
Full-time
4 years
English
Campus
 
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, USA

Because metallurgical engineers are needed all over the world, graduates of our program experience a higher job placement percentage and larger starting salaries than they wou ... +

Because metallurgical engineers are needed all over the world, graduates of our program experience a higher job placement percentage and larger starting salaries than they would in nearly any other undergraduate program. Metallurgical engineering takes geology, chemistry, math, and engineering to study of all aspects of metallic materials, from their initial recovery and production through their development, manufacture, and use. Our program has world-renowned faculty in their respective fields whose teaching expertise supports a creative learning environment. -
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Full-time
4 years
English
Campus