IF YOU WANT TO BE A LEADER in one of the fastest-growing industries where you will design materials for preserving industrial, infrastructure, defense and environmental assets around the world, becoming a corrosion engineer will put you on the right path to success.
Corrosion engineers research and develop methods to lower the environmental impact on roadways, bridges, power plants, windmills, manufacturing plants and pipelines.
Corrosion engineers also design new materials and structures that will address emerging needs in a variety of industries including energy, chemical processing and pharmaceuticals. More.
About the degree
Built on a traditional science-and-engineering base, our program offers a strong corrosion-specific core that includes management courses and practical experience in the field.
What does it take to get into our program?
Thanks to the generosity of companies and foundations, a number of scholarships are available.
What can I expect when I graduate?
Opportunities for corrosion engineers are strong, as need exists in nearly every economic sector.