For the degree of Master of Science in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, the students are required to take a minimum of seven courses apart from a Master's thesis. The Master's program involves 3 compulsory courses and seminars. Remaining courses are restricted electives which are taken by the student in close cooperation with their advisors. These restricted electives permit the student to specialize in their fields in an orderly manner.
For the Ph.D. degree an additional seven courses and a Ph.D. thesis should be successfully completed.
For integrated Ph.D program, the students are required to take a minimum of 14 courses apart from a Ph.D. thesis.
Graduate study in the Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering is designed to present the student with systematic development of the fundemental scientific and engineering principles underlying materials phenomena and process operations.