Metallurgical Engineering


The Metallurgical Engineering certificate provides a foundation in the interrelationship of processing, microstructure, and properties of structural metals and alloys.

About this Program

Certificates must contain at least nine credits of coursework that are unique to that program out of all other certificates and minors.

Department Information

The Department of Materials Science and Engineering strives to serve the scientific and engineering community of the state and nation by providing quality education in the field, conducting basic and applied research to enhance science in the field, and supplying short courses, technology transfer, industrial consulting, and distance learning to promote engineering in the field.


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Upon completion of the certificate, students have a fundamental understanding of the processing, microstructures, and properties of metallic structural alloys, as well as materials/process selection and failure analysis.

Prerequisite Courses

CHM 2045General Chemistry 13
or CHM 2095 Chemistry for Engineers 1
EMA 3010Materials3
EMA 3050Introduction to Inorganic Materials3
EMA 4223Mechanical Behavior of Materials3
or EGM 3520 Mechanics of Materials

Required Courses

EMA 4120Physical Metallurgy 13
EMA 4224Physical Metallurgy 23
EMA 4623Process Metallurgy3
EMA 4020LMetallurgy Laboratory1
Total Credits10