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M.S. Metallurgical Engineering


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Solving Metallurgical Problems

This program is a unique combination of science and engineering that expands your understanding of the structure, properties, production and application of metals and alloys. Tailor your research to your individual research and career interests and solve metallurgy-related problems in a variety of professional fields. Projects are generally financed by research grants, industry sponsors or departmental funding.

Areas of Emphasis

  1. Nuclear materials
  2. Metallurgical engineering
  3. Electrochemistry, corrosion and material degradation
  4. Multiscale materials modeling
  5. Polymers and soft matter systems
  6. Additive manufacturing

Some Courses Available Online

Portions of this program may be completed part-time or online through Engineering Outreach, our college’s distance education department.

Fast Facts

  • Idaho’s Best Value College – the only public college in Idaho to be ranked a best value college by Forbes, Money, U.S. News and World Report and The Princeton Review.
  • Highest Mid-Career Salary Earnings of any 4-year public college in Idaho – Payscale
  • 87% Graduate with a Job or are enrolled in graduate education – Career Outcomes Survey
  • Personalized Attention from nationally and internationally recognized faculty and staff through small class sizes, 1-on-1 interaction, mentorship, advising and research collaboration. All faculty hold Ph.D.s in their field.
  • International Competition Teams - Chemical engineering student teams frequently place top three in international design competitions.
  • $2.6 Million in DOE Nuclear Funding - Awarded from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Nuclear Energy University Program (NEUP) for projects aimed at making nuclear reactors safer and capable of producing synthetic fuels and other beneficial byproducts. Partners include the Idaho National Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and the Missouri University of Science and Technology.

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Buchanan Engineering Building Rm. 308

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Chemical & Materials Engineering
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1021
Moscow, ID 83844-1021

Phone: 208-885-7572

Fax: 208-885-7462

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