MS-Metallurgical and Materials Engineering; ME-Metallurgical and Materials Engineering;, PhD-Metallurgical and Materials Engineering;
The Metallurgical and Materials Engineering program can be tailored to match the student's interest while maintaining the main theme of materials engineering and processing. There are three areas of specializations within the Department: Physical and Mechanical Metallurgy; Physicochemical Processing of Materials; and Ceramic Engineering. The Department is home to five research centers: the Advanced Coatings and Surface Engineering Laboratory, the Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center, the Colorado Center for Advanced Ceramics; the Center for Welding and Joining Research; and the Kroll Institute for Extractive Metallurgy.
Colorado School of Mines is accredited through the doctoral degree by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association.
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