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Make things stronger, lighter, cheaper, more functional and more sustainable. By improving existing materials, or creating entirely new ones, you lay the groundwork for broader applications and novel technologies. Advance your career by delving into polymeric materials, energy technologies, environmental durability, materials characterisation, biomaterials and biomechanics, additive manufacturing, sustainability, and much more, in units taught by industry experts.
Materials engineers find themselves in a thriving job market. Progress tissue engineering in the repair of damaged organs. Design smart fabrics that act as a sensor to control automobile function. Apply 3D bioprinting to the generation of living tissue for personalised treatments. Develop next-generation aerospace materials. Create nanoparticles that seek and destroy cancer. In this multidisciplinary field, you have unlimited options, with the potential to forge the future.
For more information on the core common and specialist units available in this specialisation and the professional masters degree structure, see the course map and handbook.