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our choice of career will obviously have a major impact on your life in the future. Most people find this choice difficult to make mostly because it is so hard to get useful information about the many career paths open to you. It is also difficult to find out what it will be like when you start your first job in your chosen career.

We have assembled some information here that could help you decide whether a career as a metallurgical engineer is right for you. Remember that the information assembled here relates only to metallurgical engineering, and you should visit many other sites before making a final choice. Use all the resources of your school's vocational center also. Time spent in doing this will not be wasted.

Remember that your interests will change over the years, and your career path will take many unexpected turns. Career choices are never irrevocable, but a good and wise choice when you enter college will greatly enhance your college and early professional experience


Career

Students who receive training in metallurgical engineering may end up working as mining or materials engineers. Those who earn a master's or doctoral degree can teach engineering. You can learn more about positions in this field by reading the articles listed here.


Job Prospects

The metallurgical profession is extremely diverse, and it offers a wide variety of career opportunities for young people who have an interest in technology, science and engineering. Metallurgical engineers are employed in every industry and enterprise that produces, buys, sells refines or manufactures metals or metallic products. You have probably heard many times that modern societies cannot function without a plentiful supply of every concievable type of metal and alloy and that people who are skilled in the use or production of metals and metallic materials of all kinds are highly valued. This is indeed true, and metallurgical engineers command good salaries, and young metallurgical graduates can expect to be able to choose from some exciting career alternatives. You can get some idea about salaries that are offered to graduates in various professions from the data presented in the table. The table shows statistics relating to average annual salaries offered to applicants with bachelors degrees made during the year ending in Summer 2016.

Remuneration

How much does a Metallurgical Engineer I make? The median annual Metallurgical Engineer I salary is $62,298, as of August 29, 2016, with a range usually between $57,524-$67,156, however this can vary widely depending on a variety of factors. Our team of Certified Compensation Professionals has analyzed survey data collected from thousands of HR departments at companies of all sizes and industries to present this range of annual salaries for people with the job title Metallurgical Engineer I in the United States.

Course Structure

Section-A
Subject CodeSubject NameDownload
AMMR-1MATHEMATICS - III Download
AMMR-2ENGINEERING MECHANICS Download
AMMR-3PHYSICAL METALLURGY Download
AMMR-4THERMODYNAMICS AND KINEMATICS OF MATERIAL Download
AMMR-5NATURE AND PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS Download
AMMR-6SOCIETY, ENVIRONMENT & ENGINEERING Download
AMMR-7FOUNDRY METALLURGY Download
AMMR-8MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS Download
AMMR-9MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION - I Download

Section-B
Subject CodeSubject NameDownload
AMMR-10IRON AND STEEL MAKING Download
AMMR-11FUNDAMENTALS OF MATERIALS PROCESSING Download
AMMR-12MANUFACTURING PROCESSES SELECTION AND DESIGN Download
AMMR-13ELECTRONIC AND OPTICAL MATERIALS Download
AMMR-14PHASE TRANSFORMATION IN METALS Download
AMMR-15HEAT TREATMENT OF METALS Download
AMMR-16PRINCIPLES OF METAL EXTRACTION AND REFINING Download
AMMR-17METAL JOINING AND POWDER METALLURGY Download
AMMR-18DIFFUSION IN SOLIDS Download
AMMR-19METAL CUTTING AND TOOL DESIGN Download
AMMR-20MATERIALS CHARACTERIZATION - II Download
AMMR-21INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Download
AMMR-22COMPOSITE MATERIALS Download
AMMR-23CNC PROGRAMMING Download
AMMR-24ELECTRONIC MATERIALS FOR INDUSTRY Download
AMMR-25HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER Download
AMMR-26FINITE ELEMENTS METHODS IN ENGINEERING Download
AMMR-27ELECTROMECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY IN MATERIAL PROCESSING Download
PROJECTPROJECT WORK Download

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