In their senior year, Materials Science & Engineering students get the chance to put their education and skills to the test with their Senior Design Project, a two-semester course and project that allows for students to work with professors and industry professionals to bring their engineering ideas to life. Seniors gain first-hand experience by designing and building, reaching out to industry leaders and working in a team with other students in their course, while opening the door to job opportunities through business partnerships. Check out some of our students' work in the video below.
What to Do With a Materials Engineering Degree
Materials engineers can work in nearly any industry, ranging from cosmetics to appliances.
What is Materials Science?
Discover the secrets behind the Study of Stuff-- how it's put together, how it reacts and the kinds of matter Material Science focuses on.
What does a Materials Scientist do?
From shoes, to tooth fillings, to solar panels, nearly everything you find in everyday life has been worked on by materials scientists. Find out how these researchers use their know-how to come up with new materials, test their properties, and help improve the future.
What do Materials Scientists do out in the real world?
Whether it's civil engineering for the highways you drive on, metallurgy for the car you drive, or bioengineering for the medical devices that can save your life, Materials Science is present in nearly every field of engineering, and in every aspect of your modern world.
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