Degree Progr. in Materials Design and Engineering (CMATD), Study programme for batch Autumn 08
Last edit: 04/04/2012
Beyond those objectives that are specified in the Higher Education Ordinance, a graduate of Master of Science in Materials Engineering at KTH will…
Knowledge and understanding
• Have a broad knowledge in Materials Engineering in order to be able to develop and manufacture future materials based on metals, ceramics, polymers and cellulose materials
• Have deep knowledge within the area, as the knowledge built on a material scientific foundation which consists of the relation between the materials’ description, structure, properties and usage. The scientific point-of-view should contain all length scales from the nano-meter level to the micrometer level to the component levels in the final product.
Skills and abilities
• have experimental skills which are trained in material synthesis and analysis and analytical abilities. Display system thinking which is trained in material selection, and in design of new materials and processes
• have a comprehensive view with respect to material selection, development and usage. It includes a system of thinking where function, performance, reliability and economy are weaved together with ecological aspects such as environmental stress, environmental cycle considerations, and availability.
• Have individual and professional skills such as language, leadership, project-management and communication for work as an engineer in a leadership position or as a leader in a technically intensive company.
Ability to make judgments and adopt a standpoint
• have a good understanding that engineering-related problems, seen from a system perspective, are often complex, incompletely defined and sometimes contain contradictions
• Show reflective understanding of the responsibility and ethics in relation to technical, ecological and societal systems.
The local degree ordinance of the Royal Institute of Technology can be found in the KTH Regulations