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A Master of Arts is a high-level degree that typically follows a bachelor’s degree and is often a prerequisite for doctoral programs. For many students and professionals, this is an incredible achievement, as it indicates a level of expertise and experience in a specific field. In many cases, new and better career opportunities follow the completion of a master’s degree. What is an MA… Read more

A Master of Arts is a high-level degree that typically follows a bachelor’s degree and is often a prerequisite for doctoral programs. For many students and professionals, this is an incredible achievement, as it indicates a level of expertise and experience in a specific field. In many cases, new and better career opportunities follow the completion of a master’s degree.

What is an MA in Materials Science? The major focus of these programs is on developing synthetic and biological polymers, metals and ceramics. Many institutions use an interdisciplinary approach to incorporate knowledge of textile science, material engineering and relevant processing technologies. Students will get the chance to choose from courses such as fiber science, textile chemistry, material physics and apparel manufacturing. In some programs, fashion design and practical problem solving are also key components of instruction.

Professionals and scholars choose to finish an MA in Materials Science to get a competitive advantage in the job market and to gain a deep understanding of their industry. With the knowledge they develop in school, students find they are more prepared to climb the corporate ladder.

The total expense of an MA will vary depending on the institution. Prospective students should take the financial aspect into account as they research programs. Individuals can often cut costs with online instruction or expedited courses.

With an MA in Materials Science, graduates can work as materials engineers within the textile industry. In that vein, they can also become product and process development specialists or managers. Some former students find work as metallurgists or scientists who specialize in the extraction and processing of various metals. Additionally, some graduates position themselves for a successful entrepreneurial enterprise.

Online coursework is a relatively new way of learning, but it is effective for many students. There are also many courses of study available worldwide. To learn more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Royal College of Art
London, United Kingdom

The spirit of Ceramics & Glass at the RCA springs from a belief in the transformative power of material thinking, research and making to enable a new generation of artists ... +

The spirit of Ceramics & Glass at the RCA springs from a belief in the transformative power of material thinking, research and making to enable a new generation of artists and designers to enrich our world in imaginative and meaningful ways. -
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Temple University Tyler School of Art and Architecture
Philadelphia, USA

Tyler’s Fibers & Material Studies program embraces a bold, interdisciplinary approach to one of the world’s oldest and most accessible traditions: working with fibers. Stu ... +

Tyler’s Fibers & Material Studies program embraces a bold, interdisciplinary approach to one of the world’s oldest and most accessible traditions: working with fibers. Students are pushed to refine their aesthetic, collaborate, embrace a broad definition of material exploration and contribute to vital discussions on history, identity, current social issues and more. Through dynamic events and projects such as the annual Wearable Art Show and the Natural Dye Garden (the source of the marigolds above), Tyler Fibers & Material Studies students create exciting conversations with artists and students throughout the school, Temple University and Philadelphia, home to a vibrant fibers community and DIY scene. -
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