Jun 19, 2021  
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EMET 294 - M&ME Workshop

1 credit (Hrs: .5 Lec., 1.5 Lab)
Metallurgical and materials engineering pervades everyday life, but its practice is not common experience. This course provides exposure to and the context of mineral processing, extractive metallurgy, physical metallurgy, welding metallurgy and materials science. This is accomplished through directed field trips and lectures from selected guest speakers. The importance of safety, quality, and economics is introduced and emphasized. Students will write a series of short reports and conclude the course by giving oral presentations on a metallurgical & materials engineering topic of their interest.

Course generally offered 2nd semester.



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