Composite Materials and Structures - MS

College of Engineering

About This Degree

The MS in Composite Materials and Structures is directed at providing students and industry professionals the opportunity to become familiar with how composite materials are used in several areas of engineering research, design, analysis, manufacturing, and testing across multiple industries.

What You Will Learn

Graduates will develop the ability to better understand the applicability of these materials in improving and advancing product design.

Surveys of the materials, processes and design methods associated with composite materials will be given as well as the scientific principles involved.

In-depth understanding of the critical manufacturing processes, the testing of constituent and composite materials, and the structural analyses of these complex systems will be taught.


At a Glance

College: College of Engineering

Department: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department

USU Locations:

  • Logan campus

Faculty: View profiles of faculty members on the department directory.

Learn More: Program website

Program Requirements

Career And Outcomes

Career Opportunities

  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Building
  • Chemical
  • Defense
  • Electronics
  • Environmental engineering
  • Food processing
  • Heating and air conditioning
  • Heavy equipment
  • Machine tools
  • Manufacturing
  • Nuclear
  • Petroleum
  • Public utilities
  • Solar energy

Job Outlook



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Office: ENGR 417
Phone: (435) 797-0330

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