22.03.02 Metallurgy (Metal Science and Thermal Treatment of Metals)

Major: Metal Science and Thermal Treatment of Metals

Level: Bachelor’s degree

Duration of training: 4 years – full time, 5 years – part time

Degree certificate: Bachelor’s degree

Mode of study: Full time, part time

Language of study: Russian

Programme manager: Yury Koriagin, +7(351)272-34-24, koriaginyd[at]susu[dot]ru

Description of the educational programme

SUSU’s students are trained to work in the field of production and processing ferrous and nonferrous metals.

As graduates they can undertake research, production and technology and project-based activities. The department of Materials Science and Physicochemistry of Materials  is equipped with modern equipment for laboratory and research work as well as final bachelor's work: optical and electron microscopes, test equipment (tensile machines, impact machines, hardness testers), instruments and machines for determining physical properties, equipment for obtaining new materials and their processing.

The focus of theses written by metal scientists is research, production and technology. The data used for theses is often taken in the course of internship (internal and at an enterprise/plant).

Our graduates, thanks to their thorough scientific and practical training at the university, are in high demand in both large and relatively small enterprises; due to the expanding range of metallurgical and machine-building products, including the military-industrial complex, metal scientists are needed at all stages of production.              

Main employers: Mechel, Chelyabinsk Electrometallurgical Integrated Plant (ChEMK), ChelPipe, Trubodetal, Chelyabinsk Zinc Plant, Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant, Chelyabinsk Forge-and-Press Plant, Makeyev Rocket Design Bureau, Chelyabinsk automatic-mechanical plant,  RosNITI, plants in Chelyabinsk Oblast: in Yuzhnouralsk, Chebarkul and etc.       

Further study opportunities: master’s program Metal Science and Thermal Treatment of Metals (full time and part time). Usually masters combine their training with internship or work in enterprises. Their master’s degree thesis is connected to the field of activity of the enterprise in which they work.

After graduation masters can continue their studies and enroll into a postgraduate course.

Materials science, corrosion and protection of metals, solid state physics, ferrous metallurgy, nonferrous metallurgy, thermal treatment of metals, mechanical properties of metals, physical fundamentals of strength, physical properties of metals, thermal equipment, automation of heating processes, computer design of thermal treatment processes, diffusion surface saturation, theory of thermal treatment, high-speed methods of heating in thermal treatment, non-equilibrium crystallization, extractive metallurgy in relation to multi-component systems, methods for monitoring and analysis of materials.


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