University of New South Wales, Australia

Master Materials Technology - Máster en Tecnología de los Materiales

University of New South Wales, Australia
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  • Imparte:
  • Modalidad:
    Presencial en New South Wales
  • Precio:
    770$AUD/UOC/year
  • Comienzo:
    Información no disponible
  • Lugar:
    UNSW Australia International Centre, East Wing, Red Centre Building
    New South Wales 2052
    Australia
  • Duración:
    2 Años
  • Idioma:
    El Curso se imparte en Inglés
  • Titulación:
    Master Materials Technology

Presentación

The Master of Materials Technology is a 1 to 2 year full-time program, depending upon the granting of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). The program is normally taken as a 96 unit of credit program, over a minimum of 4 full-time semesters, or 8 part-time semesters. However, it can be taken as a 72 UOC (1.5 years full-time equivalent) or 48 UOC program (1 year full-time equivalent), subject to RPL.

This program is designed for students wishing to expand and advance their knowledge in Materials Science and Engineering. It provides a comprehensive, yet flexible, study of the full range of materials science and engineering disciplines. The 2 year program offers graduate education for professionals to broaden their knowledge in the design, selection, use and performance of modern materials. Admission is open to students with undergraduate degrees in the chemical or physical sciences, engineering or appropriate related fields.

Requisitos

Postgraduate
Completion of a recognized bachelor degree
Meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.

Objetivos

To develop the required skills in areas such as problem solving, critical thinking, self-motivation, investigation independence, economic, environmental and social awareness;
To become competent in experimental research and development technique, both in individual and team settings;
To develop a high level of skill in professional communication, both written and oral; and
To have enhanced employment prospects in materials and related engineering, science, design and manufacturing disciplines.

Programa

Core Courses (24 UOC)
Students must take the following four core courses:
MATS6001 Fundamentals of Mats Proc. (6 UOC)
MATS6002 Fundamentals of Mats Design (6 UOC)
MATS6003 Presentation Skills (6 UOC)
MATS6004 Materials Industry Management (6 UOC)

Program
Materials Technology - 8717

Program Summary

Faculty: Faculty of Science

Contact: School of Materials Science and Engineering

Campus: Sydney

Career: Postgraduate

Typical Duration: 2 Years

Typical UOC Per Semester: 24

Min UOC Per Semester: 6

Max UOC Per Semester: 24

Min UOC For Award: 96

Award(s):

Master of Materials Technology (Specialisation)

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Program Description

Note: This program will be available to new students starting Semester 2, 2015.

The Master of Materials Technology is a 1 to 2 year full-time program, depending upon the granting of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). The program is normally taken as a 96 unit of credit program, over a minimum of 4 full-time semesters, or 8 part-time semesters. However, it can be taken as a 72 UOC (1.5 years full-time equivalent) or 48 UOC program (1 year full-time equivalent), subject to RPL.

This program is designed for students wishing to expand and advance their knowledge in Materials Science and Engineering. It provides a comprehensive, yet flexible, study of the full range of materials science and engineering disciplines. The 2 year program offers graduate education for professionals to broaden their knowledge in the design, selection, use and performance of modern materials. Admission is open to students with undergraduate degrees in the chemical or physical sciences, engineering or appropriate related fields.

Program Objectives and Graduate Attributes

The program covers a broad spectrum of materials science and engineering, emphasizing the application of the basic sciences to the understanding of the structure, properties, and processing of materials. It aims to develop well-educated graduates with the skills, attributes and knowledge required in the workplace.

Upon completion of the program, the successful candidates are expected:
To develop the required skills in areas such as problem solving, critical thinking, self-motivation, investigation independence, economic, environmental and social awareness;
To become competent in experimental research and development technique, both in individual and team settings;
To develop a high level of skill in professional communication, both written and oral; and
To have enhanced employment prospects in materials and related engineering, science, design and manufacturing disciplines.

Program Structure

The program consists of 2 years of full-time (or equivalent) study that requires students to complete 96 Units of Credit (UOC) of courses. This comprises 72 UOC of formal coursework plus 24 UOC of research project work. The courses are primarily offered on a full-time, face-to-face basis. However, it is possible for students to progress on a part-time basis at their discretion, provided they satisfy appropriate course prerequisites.

Upper level courses are also provided within the program focusing on different areas of materials engineering: materials engineering, ceramic engineering, process metallurgy and physical metallurgy. Students interested in a particular area can select appropriate courses and complete a thesis relating to the plan.

The courses are designed to ensure depth and breadth, and course content consists of a balanced program of materials engineering lectures and laboratories including mechanical behaviour, metal, ceramic and polymer processing and their properties. Generic and technical skills are developed through coverage of relevant aspects of presentation, communication, organisational, and further management skills.

Normally students must complete:
Compulsory core courses (totalling 24 UOC)
Research Project (24 UOoC)
Elective courses (totalling 48 UOC)
Core Courses (24 UOC)
Students must take the following four core courses:
MATS6001 Fundamentals of Mats Proc. (6 UOC)
MATS6002 Fundamentals of Mats Design (6 UOC)
MATS6003 Presentation Skills (6 UOC)
MATS6004 Materials Industry Management (6 UOC)
Research Project (24 UOC)
In addition, all students must complete a 24 UOC Research Project. This project is normally undertaken over 2 Semesters. Therefore students will be required to enrol in (MATS6113 Research Project) twice over two (normally consecutive) semesters.
MATS6113 Research Project (12 UOC)
Elective Courses (48 UOC)
A minimum of 48 UOC of advanced disciplinary electives must be taken. These include dedicated Masters coursework courses from the following list:
MATS6101 Phase Equilibria (6 UOC)
MATS6102 Kinetics and Phase Trans (6 UOC)
MATS6104 Physical Properties of Mats (6 UOC)
MATS6105 Chemical Properties of Mats (6 UOC)
MATS6106 Mech Properties of Materials (6 UOC)
MATS6107 Thermal Properties of Material (6 UOC)
MATS6108 Functional Materials (6 UOC)
MATS6109 Polymer Materials (6 UOC)
MATS6110 Computational Materials (6 UOC)
MATS6111 Processes in Mats Engineering (6 UOC)
MATS6112 Characterisation of Materials (6 UOC)
As part of the 48 UOC of electives, students may take up to two advanced level 3 or 4 undergraduate courses in Materials Science and Engineering (maximum 12 UOC) from the following list:
MATS3003 Eng in Process Metallurgy (6 UOC)
MATS3005 Phase Transformations (6 UOC)
MATS4003 Process Metallurgy Advanced (6 UOC)
MATS4004 Fracture Mechanics & Failure (6 UOC)
MATS4006 Polymer Sci and Engineering 2 (6 UOC)
Note: These elective courses may share some contents with undergraduate courses, broader and more advanced topics will be assigned to the postgraduates and separate assessments may be carried out if required by the academic. Enroment in postgraduate courswork offered by Schools other than the School of Materials Science and Engineering is permitted as part of the 48 UOC of electives, subject to the approval of the Head of School.

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