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University of Pittsburgh    
2023-2024 Graduate & Professional Studies Catalog 
    
 
  Jun 22, 2024
 
2023-2024 Graduate & Professional Studies Catalog

Processing, Properties, and Performance of Engineering Metals Certificate


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The graduate-level Certificate in Processing, Properties, and Performance of Engineering Metals is designed primarily to meet the needs of working engineers who wish to pursue or enhance a particular aspect of materials science and engineering and of traditional graduate students in science and/or engineering who want to supplement their program with courses having a metals focus.

The academic requirements associated with the Certificate in Processing, Properties, and Performance of Engineering Metals include the completion of fifteen (15) credits of coursework within the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science as follows:

Required Courses


Students must complete the following two (2) courses:

Note:


If students have a bachelor’s degree in Materials Science and Engineering, MSE 2067  can be waived upon the permission of the Program Director.  In this case, one (1) more elective course must be substituted for MSE 2067  to complete the requirements of the Certificate.  All courses must be taken on campus.

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