Metallurgical & Materials Engineer (2142)

Metallurgical and materials engineers conduct studies of the properties and characteristics of metals and other non-metallic materials and plan, design and develop machinery and processes to concentrate, extract, refine and process metals, alloys and other materials such as ceramics, semiconductors and composite materials. Metallurgical and materials engineers are employed in consulting engineering firms, mining, metal processing and manufacturing companies, and in government, research and educational institutions. (National Occupational Classification)

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The University of Manitoba does not offer a degree in Metallurgical or Materials engineering. Please view the links below for more information about specialized training programs in North America.  If you are a University of Manitoba student who would like assistance determining an education plan that suits your unique goals, speak with a Career Consultant.

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Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials - Information for foreign-trained Metallurgical and Materials Engineers

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Date modified: May 24, 2018