This course provides a comprehensive understanding of all aspects related to the applications and development in materials science and engineering today, and prepares students to become independent, ethical and responsible professionals with a global appeal.
Core modules: materials characterisation; materials modelling; creativity in research. Optional modules (choose 5): advanced biomaterials; advanced structural ceramics; biomaterials; ceramics and glasses; electroceramics; electronic structure and optoelectronic behaviour; engineering alloys; metals processing; nanomaterials (1 and 2); nuclear materials; polymers and composites; thin film manufacturing technologies; tissue engineering.
Course Additional Entry
2.1 Honours degree in an engineering or science discipline (materials; mechanical, civil or chemical engineering; physics or chemistry).
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