Our undergraduate advisors help students find ways of meeting their educational goals while obtaining a degree in metallurgical engineering. Although our graduates are most often employed in aerospace, automobile, electronics, mineral processing, metal extraction, and metal part manufacturing and analysis industries, they work with students to achieve career objectives in a variety of other fields such as medicine, business management, and law, and significant schedule flexibility to accommodate individual student circumstances may be granted.To plan a course schedule to meet your goals, to discuss transfer credits, or to learn more about career opportunities in metallurgical engineering, make an appointment with an undergraduate advisor.
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Dr. Ravi Chandran
phone (801) 581-7197
Dr. Sanja Miskovic
phone (801) 585-6030
Our department and college try to ensure that all of our current students who maintain at least a 3.0 GPA while studying full-time towards a Bachelor's degree in metallurgical engineering receive at least some scholarship support. The amount of the scholarship is based upon academic performance and varies typically between $1,000 and $5,000 per year. Many of our top students receive additional scholarships from sources outside our college and department. See Scholarships and Competitions for more information, including deadlines, and for an application form.
We usually hold an open house in February or March for prospective undergraduate students, with lab tours, demonstrations, and a dinner followed by a presentation on our curriculum and careers in metallurgical engineering. Reservations are required. Please or phone (801) 581-6386 in December if you are interested in attending next year's open house.