Bircham University’s Materials Science Engineering program considers the important properties of three key types of material and their composites: ceramics, metals and polymers. The program details the relationships between the structural elements of these materials and their attributes. It describes the mechanical behaviour and malfunction of these materials and reveals the techniques used to improve these insufficiencies through structural elements' changes. The program also covers the corrosive, magnetic, electrical, thermal and optical elements of these materials in addition to the pertinent economic, environmental and societal problems.
Subjects covered on this course include: Materials Science, Materials Behaviour, Properties of Materials, Metal Processing, Ceramic Processing, Wood Properties, Construction Materials & Assemblies, Polymer Science, Electronic Properties of Materials, Materials Composites, Wear of Materials & Corrosion, Materials Design & Failure & Materials Engineering.
The Materials Science Engineering program is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree programs.