Materials Science and Engineering Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

The Bachelor's degree program in Materials Science and Engineering is an interdisciplinary program that focuses on the research, development and application of materials.

The program covers a wide range of topics, including chemistry, physics, engineering, and materials science. Students learn how to analyze, characterize, and modify materials to improve their properties and develop new applications.

Throughout the program, students are taught fundamental skills in metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites. They also learn about different manufacturing processes and testing methods to evaluate the quality and performance of materials.

Versuchsauswertung MACH
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Why studying MatWerk?

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Special features

  • Campus university between forest and city center
  • High teaching level and high university ranking positions
  • Preparatory and support courses in the MINT college
  • Several institutes and research facilities in the field of materials science, thus large offer of bachelor's/master's theses or even PhD opportunities
  • Large extracurricular offer (university groups, side jobs ("Hiwi" positions) at institutes
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KIT degree program page B.Sc. Materials Science and Engineering

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Forms and FAQs

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