|Faculty:||Faculty of Applied Science (Engineering)
|Description:||From the smallest nano-particles to massive mining challenges – materials engineering expertise is sought after in multiple industries worldwide. You'll start with the core material groups: metals, ceramics, polymers. and composites. By fourth year, you’ll be solving process-design problems and materials-selection solutions for diverse applications in transportation systems, fuel cells, supersonic aircraft, advanced computers, sports equipment, and biomedical devices.
Materials Engineering is concerned with the characterization, processing, and use in design of metallic and non-metallic materials. An optional Co-operative Education program is available that allows you to obtain twenty months of related experience in the last three years of your program.
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