The metallurgical engineering certificate provides a foundation in the interrelationship of processing, microstructure, and properties of structural metals and alloys.
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.
- CHM 2045 General Chemistry 1 or
CHM 2095 Chemistry for Engineers 1, both 3 credits
- EMA 3010 Materials, 3 credits
- EMA 3050 Introduction to Inorganic Materials, 3 credits
- EMA 4223 Mechanical Behavior of Materials or
EGM 3520 Mechanics of Materials, both 3 credits
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|EMA 4120 Physical Metallurgy 1
|EMA 4224 Physical Metallurgy 2
|EMA 4623 Process Metallurgy
|EMA 4020L Metallurgy Laboratory