Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

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Universities Offering a B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering Emphasizing Exractive Metallurgy & Mineral Processing Engineering

Overview

Learn how to process ores, separate valuable minerals into concentrates, produce and purify metals, manufacture metals into products, create materials, and join materials together. Learn more »

Degrees & Options

Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (M&ME) encompasses five disciplines in minerals, metals and materials processing and manufacturing: Mineral Processing, Extractive Metallurgy, Physical Metallurgy, Materials Science, and Joining/Welding Metallurgy. Continue reading »

Placement, Careers & Internships

Metallurgical and Materials Engineering at Montana Tech boasts a consistent 100% placement rate with high starting salaries!  Read more »

Accreditation & Assessment

The bachelor of science in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.orgContinue »

A Metallurgical and Materials Engineering degree leads to high-paying jobs in a broad spectrum of fields. Learn more about Montana Tech's innovative program in the video above. View the full-length video on YouTube.

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