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The Department of Plastics Engineering offers the following graduate programs:
The Master of Science in Plastics Engineering program offers professional training at the master's level designed to provide the opportunity for the study of more advanced theory and practice in plastics materials, design, and manufacturing. There also are concentrations in elastomer technology, medical plastics, and sustainability. This graduate program also is designed to broaden the background of experienced professionals to help them keep up with the latest fundamental developments in the field.
The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) program in Plastics Engineering is designed to produce qualified professionals for technical management positions in the plastics industry, as well as for administrative positions in government and for academic careers in colleges and universities.
The Department of Plastics Engineering offers five Graduate Certificates for engineers or scientists who wish to gain additional knowledge in specific aspects of plastics engineering to meet changing needs in the workplace.