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M.Sc. Students
M.Sc. programs are offered in the Department of Materials Engineering and Metallurgy in different areas including “Materials Selection and Processing” and “Corrosion and Protection of Materials”.

1- Materials Selection and Processing

Material Selection and Processing is a step in the process of designing any physical object. In the context of product design, the main goal of material selection is to minimize cost while meeting product performance goals. Systematic selection of the best material for a given application begins with properties and costs of candidate materials. For example, a thermal blanket must have poor thermal conductivity in order to minimize heat transfer for a given temperature difference.

In Material Science Engineering, understanding the material selection process is the key to engineering any application and/or part design. Material selection is the foundation of all engineering applications and design. Application requirements, possible materials, physical principles, and selection could define this selection process.

 Using material science's physical principles we can change material properties. Three common physical principles we can use for functional material strengthening include densification, composites, and alloying. There many manufacturing techniques used to strengthen and form materials as well. In the selection of a material, first, we decide on the requirements of the application. Second, we decide on the possible materials we can use in the application. Third, we decide what changes in the material properties are needed. Lastly, we decide which material out of the possible materials best fulfill the requirements of the application given possible changes in the material properties.

2- Corrosion and Protection of Materials

Corrosion and Protection of Materials is one of the post-graduate master's degrees of Materials Engineering. It focuses on corrosion and its control. The students of this major pass courses such as inhibitors, hot corrosion and oxidation and catholic and anodic protection. Corrosion is of primary concern in many industrial sectors, including oil, transportation, infrastructure, nuclear, and even bio-technology.

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