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Bachelor of Science in Materials Engineering in the Philippines



Bachelor of Science in Materials Engineering (BSMatE) is a five-year degree program in the Philippines that will teach you about the different materials that are used or can be used to produce a wide array of products including their characteristics, uses, and advantages or disadvantages over the others.

Among the many applications of its principles are the construction of buildings, telecommunication structures and facilities, the development of biomedical equipment, electronic gadgets, industrial machines, civilian and military vehicles, and common household appliances among other things.

Some examples of courses that you may take while enrolled in this program include:

  • Metallic Materials
  • Thermodynamics of Materials
  • Kinetics of Materials and Processes
  • Rate Processes in Materials Engineering
  • Fundamentals of Materials Engineering I
  • Design & Analysis of Experiments in Materials Engineering
  • Analytical Techniques in Materials Engineering
  • Polymeric Materials
  • Ceramic Materials
  • Composite Materials
  • Electronic Materials
  • Thin Films Processing Laboratory
  • Fundamentals of Nanotechnology
  • Electronic Materials
  • Degradation of Materials
  • Forensic Engineering in Materials
  • Product Design and Prototyping
  • Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
  • Statics of Rigid Bodies
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Ceramic Materials

 

CAREERS

Qualified graduates of Bachelor of Science in Materials Engineering may find employment as any of the following:

  • ┬áMaterials Engineer
  • Quality Engineer
  • Process Engineer
  • Technical Service Engineer

 

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