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how long does it take to get a degree in material engineers ?

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T’s Answer

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Many companies looking for Materials Engineers require at least a Bachelors degree, which typically could take 4 years to complete. However, many companies also hire technicians to work in Materials Engineering (to do things like test materials in labs), which typically would have lighter education requirements. (You could investigate the average starting salaries for various degrees on university websites.) Hope you find a field that interests you, and go for it!
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Roque’s Answer

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Below is the US Government website with general information about Material Engineering that you can get a sense of Required Education, average pay, Future Demand (Job Outlook) etc.. it will give you a basic idea the field and similar occupations. Stay Curious and Explore!

Roque recommends the following next steps:

  • review information about Material Engineers at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/architecture-and-engineering/materials-engineers.htm
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Andrew’s Answer

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Typically, it takes four years to complete a bachelor’s degree. However, it is not uncommon for an engineering major to extend one more year.

The considerable load of the core requirements for an engineering degree, together with the required arts and humanities electives, may be the cause of the extra length for an engineering degree. Therefore, it is imperative that one should be very careful in the initial course planning.

A viable strategy is to get an early start in high school by taking as many AP courses such as Calculus AB/BC, Physics, and Statistics as possible. Many colleges would accept transfers of AP credits with a score of 4 and 5.
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Ben’s Answer

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It typically takes between 4 and 5 years to get a degree in materials engineering. A lot of university's offer the ability to earn credits from internships as long as they are relevant to your degree which can make the difference from going to school for 5 years versus 4 years.

Ben recommends the following next steps:

  • Research university's that offer Material Engineering.
  • Make sure it's accredited!
  • Research company's that you are interested and teach out to see if they have internships.
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