Courses in the Philippines
Categories Menu

Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering in the Philippines

The Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering (BSMetE) is a five-year degree program in the Philippines that is mainly concerned with metals and their conversion into useful products.

Among the things that you may learn while enrolled in this program are the characteristics of metals and minerals, the processes involved in converting them into new products, the equipment and testing devices used in these processes, the practices and techniques commonly used by companies that manufacture metal products, the collection of data for sampling, and the use of these to identify areas that need improvement.

Some of the courses you may take under this program include:

  • Principles of Geology
  • Principles of Mining
  • Mechanics of Fluid
  • Mineral Processing
  • Metallurgical Measurements
  • Metallurgical Analysis
  • Hydrometallurgy
  • Electrometallurgy
  • Pyrometallurgy
  • Adaptive Metallurgy
  • Physical Metallurgy
  • Metallurgical Plant Design

You may also undergo an additional On-the-Job Training at a metallurgical plant to give you the opportunity to use what you’ve learned in school in a professional setting.

Engineer copy


Qualified graduates of BS Metallurgical Engineering can hold any of the following positions:

  • Research and Development Engineer
  • Failure Analysis and Reliability Engineer
  • Quality Assurance Engineer
  • Metallurgy Process Engineer
  • Extractive Metallurgy Engineer
  • Foundry Metallurgist
  • Heat Treatment Metallurgist
  • Professor


Passing the Licensure Examination for Metallurgical Engineers is one of the requirements in seeking employment in the Engineering industry. Please check the website of the Professional Regulatory Commission for more information.

You may also be interested in

The contents of the comments section are the personal advice and opinions of their respective authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of We reserve the right to remove any materials that we consider to be malicious, inappropriate, or in violation of existing laws in the Philippines.

Post a Reply