Bachelor of Engineering in Materials Engineering

Single Degree

Materials Engineering offers adaptability for employment across a range of industries. The robustness of the programme provides graduates with in-depth knowledge in fundamental sciences and engineering.

Through this, our graduates value-add to the industry and the future economy by filling the gaps of other engineering disciplines. In addition, Materials Engineers provide expertise in materials for real-world applications that forms the foundation of products and services offered by many industries.

Materials Engineering programme includes coursework, practical hands-on laboratory work, 20 weeks of professional internship and a final year project. The coursework will cover fundamental sciences and mathematics relevant to Materials Science, as well as provide in-depth understanding of key material properties and behaviours. As students advance to Y2 and Y3, materials science, processing, characterisation and applications of materials will be studied in more depth. The industrial attachment takes place in Year 3. In Year 4, students can opt to take advanced topics that lead to specialisations in various areas of materials engineering.

The SkillsFuture Work Study Programme is offered for B.Eng. Materials Engineering. 

Students can choose from six specialisations in Year 4: Medical Materials, Industrial Materials Engineering, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Materials and Artificial Intelligence, Materials and Sustainability and Innovation and Intellectual Property.
Admission requirements for this programme, including minimum subject requirements for students with A-level, IB, international and other qualifications, as well as acceptable polytechnic diplomas are available in the NTU Admissions website.
Bachelor of Engineering (Materials Engineering) with Honours is a four-year programme.

Accelerated Bachelor's Programme

If students perform extremely well in their first semester of Year 1, they will be offered entry into the Accelerated Bachelor’s Programme. The degree could be completed in 7 semesters (3.5 years) instead of the usual 8 semesters (4 years).

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MSE students have the advantage of gaining a degree that gives adaptability to work in different types of industries as the programme combines all fundamental sciences and engineering. Some examples of industries are electronics, technology, manufacturing, pharmaceutical and biomedical, logistics & supply chain management, public administration & defence, and R&D.


Accredited by Engineering Accreditation Board (EAB)

Minor programmes are offered by various Colleges/Schools. Please check the NTU website for more information.

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