Metallurgy & Materials Engineering

Metallurgy and Materials Engineering is the science and technology of producing, processing and giving proper shape to metals and alloys and other Engineering Materials having desired properties through economically viable process.

Our Mission is to maintain a world class teaching and research activity at department of Metallurgy and Materials, Mehran University of Engineering & Technology. Metallurgy and Materials Engineering is a field of engineering that circumscribes the spectrum of materials, types and how to use them in manufacturing. It is the technology of producing, processing and giving proper shape to metals and alloys and other engineering materials having desired properties through economically viable process. The field offers an enormous range of activities and fields of influence, with a high degree of job satisfaction for both men and women.

The Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering offers a four Year Degree Course Titled Bachelor of Engineering in Metallurgy and Materials. The subject Mineral dressing, Metallurgical Thermodynamics and Kinetics, Iron Making Technology, Steel Making Technology, Physical Metallurgy, Science of Engineering Materials, Inspection & Testing of Materials, Heat treatment and Phase Transformation, Corrosion & Protection, Manufacturing Technology and Engineering Fracture Mechanics form the basis for degree courses. However other related subjects also include in the course to make it versatile and integratable with other fields of Engineering. The Department also offers Master of Engineering (M.E.) in Metallurgy and Materials Engineering which at present is a part time evening program and launching Ph.D research program in the field of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering.

A seminar hall-cum-library is available in the department to provide in house reference material for the faculty members and students. A computer laboratory is also present for students that provide Internet, E-mail and various application software facilities. A student chapter “Mehranian Materials Advantage Chapter (MMAC)” is been established in the department.

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