Material Science

Material Science Engineering is a subset of CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. Materials engineers are involved in the development,testing and processing of the materials that are used to create a variety of products. They work with different industries such as: ceramics,metals, semiconductors, plastics, and composites to create new materials that meet certain chemical, mechanical and electrical requirements. They also select materials for new applications. Most materials engineers focus in a particular material. For example, ceramic engineers can develop ceramic materials,metallurgical engineers specialize in metals, and the processes for making them into useful products.

Academic Entry Requirement

  • Grade 12 – Science Stream (Maths compulsory)
  • Graduation – Pursue B.Tech and Pursue Different Courses
  • After Graduation – Pursue M.Tech
  • After Post Graduation– Pursue Ph.D.

Degree In

  • Associate’s Degree in Materials Engineering
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Materials Engineering
  • Master’s and Doctoral Degrees in Materials Engineering

Who can hire?

Armed forces and defence, Aerospace, manufacturingindustry, automotive industry, nuclear industry, pharmaceuticalsindustry, oil and gas industry,utilities and telecommunications industries can hire Material Science Engineers.

Professional Career

Material science engineering careers normally begin on the technical field, such as research, manufacturing and development. They usually work on primary materials production and manufacturing industries, or they’re employed by services such as engineering or consulting firms. Materials engineers are needed in every type of industry, most work in architectural or engineering industry, aerospace manufacturing industry, or in electronics and semiconductor manufacturing industry.