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Materials Science for Technological Application

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Course emphasis on atom bonding and crystal structure

Periods of our civilization have names associated with materials – stone age, bronze age, iron age and the silicon age. Materials impact all aspects of your daily life and will continue to do so in the future. The more we understand materials, the more we imagine the future with fantastic devices and advancements enabled by materials. This initial specialization introduces a limited number of material science and engineering concepts. The topic presentations are at the concept level without being mired in heavy mathematics. Participation in each course is best done by initially having a firm sense of what MSE does and its impact on society. Topics in this specialization span from atom bonding and crystal structure to diffusion and phase diagrams. Some of the position titles that may benefit from this course include Materials Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Aerospace Engineer and Materials Quality Control. Others who want to explore the world of materials will find it helpful.

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From Arizona State University via Coursera
Hours 116
Instructors Brittanie Duncan, Terry Alford, Elaine Monahan, Craig Smith
Language English
Subjects Engineering

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Assistant Supervisor Sales Associated Manager $39k

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Associated Professional $68k

Associate Associated Faculty $72k

Associated Researcher $73k

Associated Broker $77k

Associate Associated Professor $81k

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Associated Professor, Tenured $110k

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Courses in this Specialization

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Nov
2

Introduction to Materials Science

Periods of our civilization have names associated with materials – stone age, bronze age, iron age and the silicon age. Materials impact all aspects of your daily life and will...

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Nov
2

Crystal Structures and Properties of Metals

In this course, we will present atomic bonding and its relation to crystal structure and physical properties. A particular focus will be on the different types of cubic...

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Nov
2

Shape and Property Control of Metals I & II (You were viewing this course)

This course introduces students to the basic concepts of shaping materials and their impacts on properties and structure. An introduction to the fundamentals of diffusion in a...

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Nov
2

Phase Diagrams I & II

In this course, we will look at phase diagrams and how they are used to determine the state of the material as a function of temperature and composition. We will also investigate...

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From Arizona State University via Coursera
Hours 116
Instructors Brittanie Duncan, Terry Alford, Elaine Monahan, Craig Smith
Language English
Subjects Engineering

Careers

An overview of related careers and their average salaries in the US. Bars indicate income percentile (33rd - 99th).

Assistant Supervisor Sales Associated Manager $39k

Licensed Broker Associated $60k

Broker Associated $65k

Associated Professional $68k

Associate Associated Faculty $72k

Associated Researcher $73k

Associated Broker $77k

Associate Associated Professor $81k

Associated Product Development/Production Manager - Loft Outlet Dresses $89k

Sales Associated Manager $99k

Associated Professor, Tenured $110k

Senior Associated Programmer / Analyst $147k

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